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Drupal Maintenance Case Study

Over the past few years, The Phillips Collection (TPC) has developed additional websites for teachers and for a special exhibition of Jacob Lawrence's "Migration Series" paintings. These were developed by outside contractors and then merged into The Phillips Collection's web server. Once hosted at TPC, the site maintenance was taken over by Web Master Designs.

Drupal Migration Case Study

In 2013, Adobe announced that it would discontinue the Adobe Publish CMS product. This affected two of Web Master Designs clients: BART and The Phillips Collection. We immediately started looking for alternative CMS products that would provide similar functionality at a reasonable price. Although each client had different requirements, technical capabilities, and financial resources, after an extensive review of various products, they both decided to use Drupal.

The Phillips Collection Website Case Study

After awarding a contract to build the federated search to Web Master Designs, The Phillips Collection (TPC) determined that its current website needed to be updated in order to make it more useful. The old website had been built out over time it did not have a consistent look and feel, was hard to maintain, and didn't provide a good user experience.

BART Website Case Study

The Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) website was redesigned by 415, Inc., back in 2001. It was a vast improvement over the District's original site but needed to be updated to reflect a more modern look and feel, as well as incorporate user interface changes and feedback from users. BART contracted with Hot Studio to create a new design that incorporated these changes and chose Web Master Designs to manage the project and implement it. BART also wanted to upgrade the back-end functionality from classic ASP to ASP.NET and C#.
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