Public Interest Projects

The Public Interest Projects web site is a semi-custom theme.á It started with a pre-made base theme that’s been so heavily customized not much is left.á The PIP site was also a challenge in that the project suffered from regular scope creep.

One of the items added was a feature with Google Maps API.á The client wanted to show where they were supporting projects, but not give out the actual addresses.á For this project we created a database and then tied it to the Google Maps API to generate location dots.á With a little math, each group was gridded to create a matrix affect.á When you zoom in you’ll see a grid centered on the area.á This has turned out to work pretty well.

Except a font replacement script that uses Flash on the home page, the whole site is done using CSS and a little Javascript.á It works for everybody!

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