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Our Work

In the uncharted frontier of MOOCs, anything was possible. Here's our story of creating a virtual classroom in the early days of online courses. 

We created the architecture for a consistent, informational, and beautiful home base on the web that can be updated painlessly.

All research centers need good websites to share their findings—findings that otherwise might get buried in some library archive. This is a success story of one such site.


The work we do, and how we do it, is guided by our values.

We developed a custom module to import, label, and categorize over ten thousand courses to dispense crucial information accurately and cleanly, and provide students with a reliable way to access it.

Migrating into Drupal 7 is no small task when you have one website, but with 33, oh boy!

This project took complex data and created a clean, organized, and published listing, accessible to anyone with a computer and an internet connection—so any person in the world can see what adjudication looks like in the U.S.

This project focused on automating admin support of the conference. Less work, less email, and better events: that's a productivity app in action.

Long-running projects like MRSEC become a study in adaptation to changing times and changing needs while keeping what works. As we've updated the site to better available platforms in the last ten years, we've become experts in migration. This project aligns perfectly with our mission: using the handy parts of the internet to help researchers do research.

This site enables researchers to share resources by providing a listing, with easy and intuitive searching and browsing, of available instruments across departments at UC Santa Barbara.

With our knowledge of taxonomies, we were able to create a directory to help scientists find what they needed, locate the center that had it, figure out how to get it, and get back to what they do best: science!

When thoughtfully designed and effectively built, the right information architecture can be life-changing.

Our work for this site was on the back end, striving to make editing content a friendlier proposition.

The Platform for Registered Questions website  provides a platform to ask questions and raise concerns about published research findings via an initially anonymous system that allows Critics to announce the discovery of flaws in published research.