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Dog Mushing, Aurora Borealis and Fig Leaf

Posted by Bret Peters on Aug 2, 2017 4:50:55 PM

Take a trip to Alaska! It's the perfect time with a new website launched by Fig Leaf using the Drupal CMS. 

The new guide to experiencing Alaska's Public Lands provides easy access to citizens seeking to visit, or simply learn more about our nation's Alaska treasures.  Visit the Alaska Plublic Lands Information Centers website to learn, explore or plan your trip. 

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Topics: Drupal, Content Strategy, Case Studies, Website Redesign, content management, 508 Compliance, Accessibility, Government, Usability

Usability for CMS Editors

Posted by Jessica Moore on Aug 1, 2017 10:44:32 AM

Jess Moore and Will Kirchheimer presented this morning at Drupal GovCon on an often-overlooked topic: usability for internal CMS users. The presentation covered:

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Topics: Drupal, content management, CMS, Usability

CASE STUDY: Custom Web Development for Discovery Affiliates

Posted by Bret Peters on Apr 6, 2017 12:01:44 PM

The Discovery Channel hired Fig Leaf Software to design and develop a custom content and asset management system for the company’s affiliate program.  The Discovery affiliates include organizations such as the Oprah Winfrey Network, TLC, BBC America, Military Channel, Animal Planet and a host of other organizations.  The purpose of the affiliate portal is to enable affiliates to browse, access and order co-branded marketing materials.

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Topics: Case Studies, content management, Corporate, Media, Custom Web Development, Agile Development, Scrum

Fig Leaf Named Top Visual Art & Design Firm by Washington Business Journal

Posted by Bret Peters on Feb 8, 2017 1:33:57 PM

The Washington Business Journal named Fig Leaf Software #4 on the top Visual Art and Design Firms for the DC Metro in "The List" published on February 3, 2017.   Fig Leaf's continued success as a leading digital agency and solutions integrator is a result of the team's hard work in serving customers in government, education, associations, nonprofits and corporate America.  

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Topics: Website Redesign, content management, Web Designer, News

Fig Leaf Launches 5 New Association Websites on Progress Sitefinity 

Posted by Bret Peters on Aug 31, 2016 9:13:58 AM
 

Fig Leaf is proud to announce the successful redesign, migration and launch of five new websites for the Association of Financial Professionals (AFP).  The newly rebranded and designed websites will help AFP achieve their goals of attracting financial professionals and better serving existing members by providing personalized, mobile, tablet and desktop access to AFP’s family of sites:

The Fig Leaf team worked closely with key stakeholders to create a set of responsive designs and implemented the Progress Sitefinity Content Management System (CMS) to enhance the organization’s ability to easily manage and publish content.

"The Fig Leaf creative team led AFP through agile web design and discovery sprints to custom-tailor each of the newly branded websites to fit with each website’s unique mission and identity,” states Dave Gallerizzo USMCR (Ret.), CEO of Fig Leaf Software.  “Fig Leaf's in-house .NET CMS team is well-versed in Ektron, Episerver and Sitefinity. For the AFP they implemented Progress Software’s Sitefinity CMS for all five sites, migrated the content from the Ektron CMS to the Sitefinity 9 platform, and bundled this with a tightly integrated Single Sign-On (SSO) solution tied to Abila's netFORUM Enterprise Association Management System. Launching fives sites at once is a challenging feat but the team pulled it off efficiently and in a timely fashion.”

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Topics: Content Strategy, Website Redesign, content management, Web Designer, Ektron, EpiServer, Personalization, CMS, Progress Sitefinity

WMATA Website Lauches in Beta

Posted by Bret Peters on Jul 20, 2016 6:55:23 PM

Fig Leaf Software launches the Beta version of the new Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA) website: http://beta.wmata.com. 

The fully responsive and mobile first the new website features include:
 
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Topics: jquery, Content Strategy, Website Redesign, content management, Government, UI/UX

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