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Hanover Conservancy

Hanover Conservancy new site screenshot

In 2020, the Hanover Conservancy wanted a new visually-oriented design, with better access and organization for their detailed information on conserved lands in Hanover, New Hampshire. The new site is responsive, accessible, and includes custom post types for better organization, with interactive maps to facilitate presentation of properties.

Hanover Conservancy old website screenshot

Chase Brook Software did this site design in 2011. The goal was to build a site around the new branding logo, with its soft blue and green tones. Rotating images in the header reflected the current season. Newsletter signup and online donation options were given prominence to reflect their growing importance.

Dartmouth Green Theme

Dartmouth Green theme screenshot

This responsive and accessible theme was developed as the default WordPress theme for Dartmouth College. Modeled on existing institutional sites, the intent was to give all WordPress sites a Dartmouth look and feel. This theme is in use by over 2,500 sites.

SOFIA – Système Opérationnel Ferroviaire Interactif et Analytique

SOFIA screenshot

A system for managing railcars that are rented out to customers for transporting various products. This is a complete management system that includes customers, billing, repairs, budgeting, movements and reporting. Developed for use in Europe, it is multilingual (French, English and German) and multi-currency.

IFES Network

sample map shoing IFES locations

A research website with a searchable visual database of integrated food-energy systems (IFES). This involved integrating an external database into an easy-to-update custom post format. As a result, the data is easy to maintain and has several integrated search tools, including a map-based search. This was developed with several researchers with the Department of Geography at Dartmouth College.

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