“Club Red” spotlights the latest information available in nutrition, fitness, and research associated with heart disease in women.
Looking to upgrade their existing Plone based intranet, DCRI asked Six Feet Up to implement a "hub and spokes" site structure with a parent site and various child sites.
The Center for Galapagos Studies is a partnership between University of North Carolina and Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
The College of Engineering at Notre Dame sought to create a website that would eventually integrate all of its various departments and research centers under one umbrella branded site. Utilizing Plone's content management system and integrated features, Six Feet Up was able to deploy the site structure to accomplish the College's long term goals.
The College of Liberal Arts, at Penn State University, approached Six Feet Up about developing a brand new responsive website for the McCourtney Institute for Democracy.
The University of Virginia Health System launched an all-new site for the Medical Center. Six Feet Up helped UVA Health System launch a brand-new website powered by Plone, a popular open source content management system that helps organize information on hundreds of doctors, locations, conditions, treatments and more.
The College of the Liberal Arts at Penn State had been using the open source CMS Plone to power their online course delivery system. Over the years, it had grown to more than 120 individual courses, and the college was experiencing performance issues. Six Feet Up addressed the issue by consolidating the sites into just 1 system using the Linage product.