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Glamourparis.com is the french version of the well-known Glamour Magazine, published by CondéNast editorial (Vogue, Wired, Architectural Digest and other magazines)
Glamour Paris found in Drupal a flexible app that helps the development on record time, even with the integration of external ecommerce solutions.
The success of Drupal was the creation of many custom blocks and 45 Content Types, some of them with more than 50 CCK fields and each one with a dedicated TPL.
Now, glamourparis.fr has 5M pages views…
UrbanMinistry.org, which TechMission launched in April 2007, is one of the leading Web 2.0 destinations for the faith-based social services sector with partners including Salvation Army, World Vision, Association of Gospel Rescue Missions, CCDA and many others. The site is an integration of Drupal, CiviCRM, Moodle and ChristianVolunteering.org.
In February 2008, Popular Science, the fifth-oldest continually-published monthly magazine, relaunched its online presence with an enterprise-level website developed by pingVision, powered by Drupal.
Founded in 1872, Popular Science, the “What’s New, What’s Next magazine,” has witnessed, reported on, and evaluated countless scientific and technological developments, from the dawn of electricity to the latest innovations of today’s information age — advances that have shaped the way we live, work, play, travel, communicate, understand and interact with the world.
SolveClimate.com is news and information site focusing on climate change related news. Blog entries are added to the site and related to other content along 3 axis: politicians and candidates, constituency groups and major solutions to climate change. The goal of the site is to show that there is common cause amongst disparate groups of Americans for progress on major climate change solutions.
Fresqui.com, a web with 100% Spanish capital, was set up in 2006 aiming at becoming an innovative source of information based on collective intelligence, and supported by new information and communication technologies, where news sent by the users could be collected. The webpage, which has grown steadily since it was launched, becoming a reference model as a European start-up targeting the Hispanic community, has an advanced news classification system, thanks to the use of intelligent algorithms which count every user’s vote.
The Rake is an arts and culture magazine based in Minneapolis/St. Paul and is known for its storytelling, humor, style, and personality. Their new Drupal site has brought them great flexibility and ease-of-management, as well as improved traffic and host of other benefits.
You can read more about the website at drupal.org’s Rake Magazine case study.