The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME) was looking for assistance to improve both visually and functionally their open educational resources portal. Six Feet Up managed the development-side of the project and was a key player in the design and implementation of a new site.
An ongoing effort to make this repository of all human languages more accessible to the mass.
Looking for a redesign of their current website to better reflect the personality and mission of their non-profit organization, MS Friends asked Six Feet Up and eight fluid ounces to design and develop a content managed website for their organization.
To meet parents' growing needs for up-to-date information, St. Paul's Episcopal School sought a practical web-based solution that could expand with their needs.
SFAMA selected Six Feet Up to develop and deploy a new website with enhanced functionalities such as posting job descriptions and resumes.
How to promote local activities and services to increase tourism revenues.
This Indiana-based non-profit organization was looking for a way to easily delegate their website maintenance to a staff of volunteers. The site also had to be displayed in both French and English.
This community-owned utility company wanted to upgrade their Plone site to the latest version of the open source content management system.
“Club Red” spotlights the latest information available in nutrition, fitness, and research associated with heart disease in women.
The Indiana Historical Society knew changes were needed to make their website more relevant and engaging to their guests. Read more to find out how Six Feet Up and Abstract Edge helped bring their vision to life.
Decision Education Foundation knew they needed a way to provide educators with more resources while making their site easier for their site administrators to maintain. Six Feet helped them accomplish both goals.
KARL is a distributed knowledge management system the Open Society Foundations uses to collaborate between its staff and affiliates.
Oxfam GB deployed the open source KARL Knowledge Management System as a collaboration platform and asked Six Feet Up to be their hosting and support partner.
Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI) was looking to replace their old OpenID authentication server with a more modern OpenID implementation. Six Feet Up architected and implemented an OpenID solution based off of the Python Web framework Pyramid...