Earlier this year, I was asked to help the MiNa Group at The University of British Columbia put together a Drupal site to serve as a technology showcase and resource catalog for the group. Here's what we came up with:
The site was built from scratch for the University, based on a very specific set of design requirements. For example, The University decided it was targeting high-resolution, wide screen monitors. The result is a wide, fluid layout, designed to take advantage of the extra space provided by these types of displays. The site also had to fit in with the "common look and feel" present on other sections of the University's site.
The site utilizes many different modules in order to facilitate easy access to the vast resources the Group wanted to make available. Some of the modules used include Biblio, Node Family, Node Profile, User Node, Related Content, and Views Fusion. The site also takes advantage of Drupal's strong taxonomy features.
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