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In 2022  new website was built with BackdropCMS and Stanford Decanter theme for yearly Stanford WebCamp

Content is king. When migrating to Drupal 9, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute undertook a full content discovery audit, resulting in a clean structure for their complex content in their new site.

Our goal was to integrate dispersed data into a single website which would allow data consistency and a helpful user experience... all on Backdrop CMS!

Taking VPGE from Drupal 7 to Drupal 9 involved collaboration and detailed content auditing to create new content types to display unique resources for grad students.

This redesign process built a more accessible website to help CPQCC members find the resources they needed, and highlight their important work and accomplishments... so that they can keep saving babies.

To create an application that successfully handles the matching process, common in academia, we built a stand-alone module that implements solutions to a Stable Marriage Problem.

Through data visualization and careful database structuring, we were able to highlight robust historical data and bring their work up to date with the streaming realities of 2021.

The SLC website offers a wide variety of services, resources that are accessible for all users, and a creative and interesting aesthetic.

Migrations and imports are the bread and butter of what we do. A sustainable migration requires thoughtful work on both the technology and content sides of the coin.

When a group changes the model of their organization, it's time to embark on a new information architecture to highlight the new focus of their organization: a site is only there to serve the mission, after all.


Fibonacci Web Studio has worked with Student Affairs at Stanford over the course of many years and many projects. This department has around ~30 websites, most of which are student-facing, all of which are built on Drupal.

Focusing on admin experience, we created an easy-to-update site to allow their team to showcase their research, with custom map functionality to show where that research was happening.

With Drupal as the bricks and mortar, and passionate legal researchers collecting the data, we built a research application—something site visitors could interact with and utilize, capable not only of search but also of analysis and visualization.

Supporting faculty websites is an exercise in empowerment: providing the best tools to the brightest minds, so that they can focus on their work.

The Stanford Non-Practicing Entity Litigation Dataset is the first ever publicly available database to track comprehensively how practicing entities, non-practicing entities, and patent assertion entities claim patent ownership rights in litigation.

This website is a one-stop shop for everything Diversity and Inclusion on campus, so people can find what they want... and what they need.

We utilized WordPress to create a hub that connected all the service-minded opportunities, events, and people at Stanford.

Using a Drupal distribution built for online courses, we created a class that combined all the strengths of the content team with the power of new technology for e-learning to improve labor and delivery for women in California.

SLS Registrar manages around 400 different courses each year and needed a better workflow app for the course review and instructor revision that they must navigate through every year.

The Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) was creating a site using the standard platform, but with a more advanced image gallery and data library to better showcase their work. We were ready to drive!

This website creates scattergrams to report clinical hearing data that meets minimum reporting standards in three clicks—upload, submit, download.

The SIEPR website was built as a tool to support their mission by providing information architecture and visual design that guides visitors to their destination with ease and pleasure.

It’s a web maxim we’ve all heard a thousand times: Content is king! This project proved to us how smoothly work can go when you all (client and developers alike) adhere to that maxim.

We worked with the Stanford Law School team to build an application that would optimize the complicated process of clerkship applications for SLS administrators, as well as students. And of course, we couldn't resist adding some data analysis and visualization ;)