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- What to consider when you plan for a web application.
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CSUMB has been a Drupal campus since 2008, and we've used the open-source software framework to construct many of our campuses web applications:
- service learning placement system
- IT wikipedia of applications, services, and servers
Drupal is a free software package that allows you to easily organize, manage and publish your content, with an endless variety of customization.
Watch an introductory video explaining Drupal.
We proudly contribute back to the Drupal community, for others to use and improve!
- Kevin Miller's projects on Drupal.org
- Cal State S4: We've built a service learning web application using Drupal.
45,000: The number of people who use our web sites every day.
200-700: The number of people who actively use our site at any given point.
15: The number of toys in our office. We also have a tricorder, which is not a toy.
6: The number of redesigns we've made since 1995.
4: How many people work in Web Services. Our fearless leader and project wrangler is Greg Pool, our user experience master is Liz MacDonald, our junior web programmer is Brianna Wagner and our web programmer from the mountain is Kevin Miller. We all report to film critic Henry Simpson, who is also the director of Technology Support Services.
Zero: The amount of money we spend on web software because we use open-source solutions.
Our "CSU Monterey Bay Mobile Website" project won a gold medal in the 2012 CASE District VII Awards of Excellence, in the category "Integrated Advancement Programs" and "Web Sites - Individual Web Sites," beating out Stanford University and our own CSU Office of the Chancellor.
After a re-design of CSUMB.EDU in 2010, we went from a D in 2009 to an A+ in 2011 according to EDU Checkup, which also turned out to be the #1 ranking EDU site for 2011, (video review). Many thanks to Nick DeNardis for his reviews and White Whale Web Services for their beautiful work.