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Brooklyn Ballet

Brooklyn Ballet's website allows students to sign up for classes, allowing checkout to proceed as with a traditional e-commerce site, but collecting information about individual students associated with each signup.

Calligraphy by Michael Noyes

Michael Noyes needed a content management system linked to an existing e-commerce solution to display his artwork to best effect. Of particular importance was the ability to generate images depicting the artworks framed with different mat and frame options. A custom image generation system means that he needs only to upload separate images of the artwork and frames, and a multitude of options are generated automatically.

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation

Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, an organization that raises money to support childhood cancer research, depends on their supporters to hold lemonade stands and other fundraisers. Their website is an important part of their work, as it allows supporters to create their own "personal fundraising pages" to promote their events. On these mini-sites, users can post photo albums, share blog posts, and accept direct donations.

Smithsonian Chamber Music Society

 SCMS needed a site to handle donations, CD sales, promotion, and links to ticket purchases. We set up all of these features in Drupal, making it easy for staff to handle updates.

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