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- 30 people on Drupal.org
- 3rd party Integration, Accessibility, Consulting, Content strategy, Data migration, Deployment, Design, Development, Front-end Development, Information architecture, Infrastructure Planning, Marketing and Social Media, Mobile App Development, Mobile Site Development, Multilingual websites, Multisite installations, Performance Tuning and Optimization, Project Management, Quality Assurance, Site Audits, Site Building, Support, Theming, Upgrades, Usability
- Arts, Blogging, Community, Education, Enterprise, Entertainment, Government, Healthcare, Media, Music, Non-profit, Publishing, Small business, Social Networking, Sports, Technology, Telecommunications
- United States
- Austin, Texas
Four Kitchens is a one-stop digital strategy firm, with strong roots in the open-source and free-culture communities. We build websites and apps to engage people on virtually any device, creating the tools you need to reach your audience and making knowledge freer for everyone.
Content strategy, content management, and multi-channel publishing are our passion.
We perform user research, create content models, deploy CMSs, and design content APIs and microservices. Though we mostly build big platforms, we can work at many levels: consulting, team augmentation, "virtual CDO/CTO" services for organizations without a web team, and dedicated support for existing sites.
As your partner, we help you stay ahead of the competition in the digital age. We are the Web Chefs: your allies, collaborators, and best-kept secret.
Four Kitchens' clients include NBC, Turner, ICANN, The Economist, Al Jazeera, Yale University, Stanford University, Expeditionary Learning, and World Pulse.
We are the creators of Pressflow, a performance-optimized distribution of Drupal that powers some of the largest sites in the world. In addition to our work in Drupal performance and scalability, the Four Kitchens web chefs have contributed several modules and themes to Drupal.org and have participated in numerous code sprints, DrupalCons, and DrupalCamps around the world.
We're also the creators of Aquifer, ideated after we saw several pain points in developing and maintaining large Drupal sites—problems that boiled down to not having a build system, particularly around ramping up new developers on projects quickly. Started by Patrick Coffey and supported by many other Web Chefs at Four Kitchens, Aquifer is a command line interface that makes it easy to scaffold, build, test, and deploy your Drupal websites. Read more about it here.
See fourkitchens.com/drupalgive for a full list of our contributions.