Youth On Record

Youth On Record Slide

We build a smart, edgy site for a deserving client and cut our teeth on Drupal 8 in the process. Local Denver nonprofit, Youth on Record desperately needed a new website to better showcase their ground-breaking work in youth music education and grow their brand. The Elevated Third team needed experimentation and learning time in the new Drupal 8 platform. A pro-bono website redesign project was the answer to both.

The Challenge


AcademyHealth homepage on multiple devices

Our Client:
AcademyHealth brings together health services and policy research professionals to transform the future of health services research (HSR). ​Health services research is the science of study that determines what works, for whom, at what cost, and under what circumstances. HSR studies how our health system works, how to support patients and providers in choosing the right care, and how to improve health through care delivery.

Delete 25,000+ user accounts directly from database?

I'd like to delete a range of user accounts (10-26445), that do not have comments, directly from the Database. Does anyone know how to do this using the same method the GUI sets "Delete the account and make its content belong to the Anonymous user."?

Pinnacol Assurance

Pinnacol Assurance Slide

As Colorado’s leading workers compensation insurer, Pinnacol Assurance needed a website that reflected the company’s continuing commitment to first-class service. Elevated Third met this ambition head on. With an arsenal of Drupal 8 tools, we launched a brand new content management system, created a one-of-a-kind knowledge hub, and revamped the site’s user experience interface.

Lewes Historical Society

Lewes Historical Society responsive website.

The tiny town of Lewes, Del., is a mighty hub for our nation’s history. Founded in 1631, it’s the first town in the first state of the United States. That’s why, when The Lewes Historical Society at needed help in organizing its extensive collection of artifacts, they needed to entrust an agency who knew how to handle valuables like this with kid gloves.

How do I correctly setup caching for my custom api routing?

I have custom module with some routes which return json, for instance terms of a vocab.


  path: '/api/terms/{vid}'
    _controller: '\Drupal\mymodule\Controller\MyModuleController::getTerms'
    _title: 'Terms'
    _permission: 'access content'
    vid: '^(foobar|barfoo)$'



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