GoldFish Pacific Kitchen is powered by a highly modified version of Wordpress, mainly for it's ease of use to update content. To keep with the style of the brand, certain text is replaced with server generated graphic equivalents, which does not interfere with search engine optimization. There are a few little tricks going on in the backend also. Pages like the team are generated using child pages, which are each individual person, the navigation and page jumps are automatically generated based on the persons name.
Built in flash, with a reduced content/design version in XHTML for users without the plugin. After working on the design with Tak for a few weeks, it was finally ready to transfer over to an interactive state. In just under 2 weeks, the site was built and ready for a launch. A week later, phase two was rolled out, which included a basic cms system for updating the site. The site is visually pleasing, it allows for resizing to any browser size without loosing its form or navigation. The site is based off of an underlying, but sometimes hidden grid system.
Running on a custom install of Wordpress, this site supplies the client with an easy way to update her site and blog. Wordpress had to be fully modified in order to do a lot of what was asked for. Along with Blueprint Fundraising, thefundit.com was affected. 2 sites came together to become one installation of Wordpress. The fundit blog uses its own skin, and the rest of the site is styled by another.
Building on the core foundation of their authentication system, I built the Cogneto site with a full cms which uses an advanced user tracking module to deliver user specific content (right down to a single world, even in the middle of a sentence) to its viewers. They create logins for clients, and give them extra content based who they are. Using an underlying login system, which works for both clients, and administrators, Cogneto is able to modify content as they see fit.