We bring our whole brains to projects, using years of experience in nonprofit technology to think strategically about the accessibility and long-term sustainability of content, design, and code. We build big-picture, best practice thinking into all the services we provide.
- Drupal website redesign and rebuilds
- Ongoing Drupal support
- WordPress projects
- Rescue projects
- Admin interface ("AX") audits and enhancements
- Strategic consulting and on-call expertise
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Director of Project Strategy, Co-founder
Erin is an experienced Project Manager with a background in public sector and nonprofit consulting. She has been project managing software, databases, and website projects since 2002, but has focused primarily on Drupal since 2008. Although she has managed large government software implementations, Erin's niche is working hands-on with nonprofits or small socially responsible businesses and helping them build sustainable websites. Erin has a BA in Communications/Multimedia Studies and an MBA with a focus on Social Entrepreneurship. You can find Erin on Drupal.org as erinfogel and find her here on LinkedIn. Erin tweets at @erinfogel.
Technical Director, Front-End Developer, Co-founder
Johanna is co-founder of DevCollaborative, has been building websites for nonprofits since 1999. She began her formal tech career at WGBH in Boston in 2000 and has been focused on Drupal development since 2006. In her front-end work, she prioritizes web accessibility, mobile-first responsive code, and progressive enhancement. She is a longtime member and volunteer community leader for NTEN.org, and was the recipient of the 2016 NTEN Award. She co-moderates NTEN's Drupal Community of Practice and its monthly nonprofit Drupal community chats. Johanna tweets at @hanabel. Find her here on LinkedIn and on Drupal.org as hanpersand.
Back-end Development Lead
Paige has worked as an information architect and back-end developer for nonprofit Drupal sites since 2010. Paige holds a Master’s Degree in Library Science from Simmons College. Her interest in web technology grew in positions at the Woburn Library, Ex Libris, and Minuteman Library Network, where she designed, built, and maintained all manner of websites, online catalogs, and staff intranets, and patiently explained them all to patrons and staff alike. In her previous position at Digital Loom, Paige was the lead back-end developer for many large, complex sites, including NEFA.org (which includes Salesforce integration), Radcliffe.Harvard.edu, and ICABoston.org. She also supports The Cambridge Center for Adult Education Website (CCAE.org) and EliotSchool.org.
With over 12 years of experience in branding, marketing, and website design, Elise is passionate about helping organizations realize their goals with powerful, approachable visual design. Elise takes a holistic approach to web design, ensuring that it fits within the larger strategic efforts of each organization. Elise has been working with progressive, values-based organizations since she began her design career including The Climate Group, The Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), The Actors Fund, and Legal Services of Northern California.
Eileen is a content strategist and co-founder of webmeadow, a firm that helps progressive organizations develop content and technology strategies to make the world a better place. She loves taking a big ol’ mess of content and turning into something structured, sensible and flexible. Her background is in server-side coding and being that odd person who translates between the marketing and development teams. Eileen's office is located on a solar-powered farm in northern New Hampshire; her Twitter feed is equal parts content strategy and pictures of poultry. Recent content strategy projects include Marriott Hotels, and Legal Services of Northern California.
Clare is a third-generation geek, and has been building websites with database-driven content management backends since the 90’s, back when you had to build everything from the database up. She began working with WordPress in 2010 and took to it right away. Clare enjoys building sites that make people’s jobs easier: from streamlining an admin panel to improving workflow for editors and translators, she’s always looking for a way to make a site easy to use and to build upon. Her specialty is the WordPress backend: getting all the parts to play nice together so the user experience is as simple as possible. She is a co-organizer for WordPress Naperville Meetup in Chicago’s western suburbs, where she frequently reminds all comers of the importance of regularly scheduled offsite backups.
Jeff spent three years as a Drupal developer for the Quaker organization New England Yearly Meeting, and has done development work for Friends General Conference, as well as many other nonprofit organizations. He works with DevCollaborative to support the U.S. Office of Adolescent Health’s WhatWorksinYouthHIV.org. Jeff specializes in front-end development and complex Drupal sitebuilding.
- Action Against Hunger | ACF USA
- ACF Virtual Gift Catalog
- The Actors Fund
- Americans for the Arts
- Cambridge Health Associates
- Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
- Legal Services of Northern California
- New England Aquarium
- Ohio Environmental Council
- Pixels & Pulp
- Saint Boniface Haiti Foundation
- Small Can Be Big
- We Mean Business Coalition
- What Works in Youth HIV
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