Marker Seven is proud to announce the promotion of Jeremy Amos to Director of Technology after 4 invaluable years of expertise and problem solving as a member of our development team. Jeremy brings over fifteen years of interdisciplinary technology experience to the role.
Patrick Ford, Partner and CSO, announced today, "Jeremy came to Marker Seven with a good, solid foundation and has built on that over the years through experience with our business. He has become an asset that we rely and depend on. He has gained utmost trust from us, and we are thrilled to extend this opportunity to him."
Marker Seven is excited to be working with an amazing startup non-profit, The Human Needs project.
Founded by actress Connie Nielsen and leading green builder David Warner, HNP's mission is to create game-changing infrastructures called 'Town Centers' in poverty-stricken areas of the world, beginning in Kibera, Kenya. The Town Centers will provide fresh water, electricity, healthy food, education, Internet, and access to micro-credit using methods that are both ecologically and economically sustainable. It's a revolutionary idea we are convinced will better the lives of those who need it most.
Recently we attended a gathering of more than 60 HNP contributors from all over the world to celebrate the Kibera groundbreaking. The event was hosted at the...
Marker Seven recently enjoyed an educational and fun-filled day of paintball, hiking, fireside grilling and team building on a 1500-acre ranch in the beautiful hills of Marin County. As an added bonus, a biologist working on the property talked with us about efforts to protect endangered local species such as the red-legged frog, the steelhead trout and the many rare plant types that inhabit the area. The day included a “state of the business” presentation to align our goals for the coming year and to talk about Marker Seven’s vision for the future. This off-site adventure was a great way for our team to connect with one of the many pro bono projects we are...
Marker Seven is proud to announce that it recently won the Interactive Media Awards Outstanding Achievement Award for 2012 (in the Kids category) out of 133 entries for the recently redesigned Art Is Education Website. This award represents one of the highest honors bestowed by the Interactive Media Awards. It represents the very best in design, content quality, feature functionality, usability, and standards compliance.
The Art Is Education program website (www.artISeducation.org) project was a comprehensive redesign that focused on updating the AIE presence to reflect a modern style and create a user experience that best reflects the organization and its goals. Marker Seven...
Each year Marker Seven selects a local non-profit to support by lending our website development and design skills. This year we helped the Feather River Land Trust reinvigorate their online presence and develop an online communications strategy.
This Feather River Land Trust is a private, non-profit organization founded by residents of the Feather River region. By recruiting support of local landowners, ranchers, farmers and communities, the organization seeks “To conserve land in the Feather River region and steward its ecological and cultural values for current and future generations.”
The primary goal of the redesign was to get viewers excited about FLRT's mission...
The Sullivan Family of Companies is one of Hawaii's largest companies, representing a conglomerate of retail and food stores. It owns Foodland (Hawaii's largest chain of food stores), among other retail outlets and storefronts.
The 'Iolani School is a culturally diverse, co-educational, college prepatory school located in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii.
We are happy to begin a longterm relationship where we are...
Adobe recently held an event in San Francisco as part of their Create the Web tour. The tour (and this event in San Francisco) focuses on how Adobe is helping the web move forward, and shows off its cool new Edge product suite that's full of new tools and technologies that enable web designers and developers to create the experiences that push the boundaries of what is possible on the web.
We were recently inspired by Salesforce’s annual “Dreamforce” conference to show how important it is for Drupal websites to integrate with Salesforce. The most common use case for integrating Salesforce with a Drupal site is something like this: Visitors fill out a contact webform on a Drupal website. The data from the form submission is transmitted to Salesforce, where it’s stored as a new record (or "lead" in CRM terms).
We're proud to announce the release of one of our latest projects: an integrated web solution for Pearson Media's (part of Pearson Education) online media courses. The solution is a website and application that allows universities and high schools to manage online speech course submissions (of videos and other materials) and grading for the courses.
Our solution allows students to upload and manage their submissions, and allows instructors to create and grade assignments. Other features include the ability for students to comment and interact with each others' submissions. The solution was built in Drupal 7. We converted an existing php-based site from a proprietary CMS to the more robust and scalable Drupal platform. Drupal was an obvious choice due to its ability...