The official website of the UbiquiCity project - an anthology of science fiction stories and a GameMasters' Sourcebook for roleplaying games set in the same near-future world. The site includes author info, sample excerpts, updates on project news and a forum for fans of this soon-to-be-published series. Check it out!
As If Productions recently upgraded the website of the Experimental Television Center from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. As Drupal developers know, the upgrade from 6 to 7 is particularly hairy and not at all intuitive. The job was especially complicated as the center features a massive Biblio-based database, which required manual reconstruction in MySQL.
Matthew Schlanger of Black Hammer Productions is a visionary video artist, programmer and maker from New York. This website focuses on his video work, as well as documentation of his studio and information on custom video tools in general. The site also includes a sampling of code projects and physical computing. Recently rebuilt under Drupal 7 by As If Productions, the site features many fascinating video experiments and historical information on the ETC (Experimental Television Center).
Chromatic Chameleon is a new game publishing company founded by T Reynolds: a small guild of game lovers whose goal is to create settings for different RPG systems. Their flagship product, the world of Asteria Rising, is in production and will support nearly a dozen great game systems. Keep your eye on this one as it develops!
The website uses Drupal 7, and includes a blog, forum, galleries, and of course a sales catalog.
CityCapper is a social restaurant directory allowing people in the London area to locate restaurants with meals under £5. Built in Drupal 7, the site features a variety of custom views, search features, and mapping functions. Restaurant owners are invited to provide information on their businesses, and restaurant customers are invited to provide comments and reviews on the meals they find there.
Kim Watkinson, the Ninja Baker, wants to build a bridge between the east and west with her culinary mastery and well-heeled charm. The Ninja Baker site has been updated for mobile browsing with a smart new design and a responsive layout.
Running on Drupal 7, the site features automated systems and scripts to keep the content dynamic, and to share culinary ideas and techniques with fellow cooking aficionados via social networks. From savory meals to sweet Japanese treats, you'll find a lot of cooking advice and ideas here.