We finally carved out the time to freshen the look and feel and rebuilt our site from the ground up.
We used Drupal for its extensibility and for the ability to cross-reference the type of design with the partner we worked with as well as any keywords we added for a design. Custom theming also allowed us to link the partner pages to a list of the other projects that we've worked on with them, and in the design pages, to automatically generate an image gallery based on the filepaths for graphics we've uploaded for the project.
On Thursday March 18, 2010, Sister Kit Collins passed away at her home in Washington, DC. She lived her life as an advocate for the poor, a champion of justice, and a true example of the expansive and unconditional love of Christ. Through her ministry in education and at the Center for Educational Design and Communication, she touched innumerable lives, making the world a better place for all those who crossed her path. Share a Kit story here.
Shortly after refreshing and updating the look and feel of our website, we began revising our stationery set for consistency, incorporating the same bands of watercolor texture and the same style into our business cards, letterhead, and envelopes (as well as some internal signage in the building).