Article for conference booklet:
Drupal is increasingly making a place for itself among museums around the world. As a strong and flexible framework, Drupal can be a good fit for these sorts of organizations.
This session will be a case study about lessons learned from two museum web sites built using Druapl 5: The Indianapolis Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago. Both sites offered a number of unique challenges, but also the opportunity to share amazing and diverse content.
Bios for conference booklet:
Tiffany Farriss is the co-owner of Chicago, USA Drupal development firm Palantir and the AIGA Chicago Electronic Media Chair. Working in collaboration with a variety of creative partners, she has managed the development of visually and functionally sophisticated Drupal sites for a variety of high-profile corporate, educational, and institutional clients.
Larry Garfield is the Senior Lead of Programming Services at Palantir. He has been developing PHP for nearly a decade and has been actively involved in Drupal since 2005. He currently serves on the Drupal Association Board of Directors and spearheaded the Drupal 7 database overhaul, among other projects. Larry was also a founding organizer of the GoPHP5 effort.