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It is aimed at users in in Jakarta. The site languages are Indonesian (bahasa) and English. The site was designed mobile first as most of its intended audience only access the web with their smart phones.
It is aimed at users in in Manilla in the Phillipenes. The site languages are Tagalog and English.The site was designed mobile first as most of its intended audience access the web only with their smart phones.
This is an Ethica Strategy site.
The site is in Thai and English and is part of an APCOM initiative.
It was designed for primarily for mobile devices
From the APCOM site.
Monday April 7, Bangkok Thailand. Community organizations in Bangkok, Thailand have joined to launch a campaign ‘TestBKK’ targeted to gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) to increase HIV testing awareness in Bangkok. Using the memorable slogan ‘Suck. F*#k. Test. Repeat’, TestBKK targets online platforms through its website www.testbkk.org, Facebook, popular websites and mobile applications used by gay men, to disseminate key information and messages designed to encourage more gay men in Bangkok to test for HIV and to be more aware of HIV risks and importance of protection.
This is a Brad Hornick site.
The site had a lot of archived content (reports and publications). Making this archive accessible presented a challenge. I created custom content types and taxonomies for this information then set up the Drupal Faceted Search module to provide a way of retrieving the information.
This project is a very successful one.
Cyclists register on the site. They form teams and log the kilometers that they ride on their way to and from work.
This application integrates with a a custom built calculator application (built by Passion for Action) that tracks the distances of the individual riders and teams. The site gives participating riders an indication of what kind of positive environmental impact they are having by using the bikes instead of their cars.
The HASTE project supports schools and their communities taking action on reducing transportation emissions in British Columbia. It's an online resource, program and networking centre, designed to help students, teachers and schools improve the health of individuals, communities and the environment.
The graphic design for this was done by Brad Hornick. The site was originally created in Drupal 5 and was transitioned to Drupal 6.