- Imbee, Walnut Creek, CA
After six-months as a full-time developer for imbee.com Cronen-Townsend Consulting returned with Imbee as its biggest client. Steve is currently applying his experience with this complex site to fix a wide variety of bugs with an emphasis on the registration process which results in verified adult accounts with linked child accounts.
- Rayogram, New York, NY
- The Boston Review, Somerville, MA
Analysis of the workflow used to design each issue of the print edition of The Boston Review in order to design a new web site for the organization with strong content management and search capabilities and an issue importer system that extracts the information needed for the updating the new site from the Adobe InDesign files that lay out the print edition of the magazine. (The old web site is still at bostonreview.net while the new web site is being developed.)
Steve's work on our site redesign has been tremendous. His skill extends beyond solving problems on a technical level: he's able to listen to our needs and advocate thoughtfully for solutions. The result is a site whose workflow will save our company hundreds of man-hours and add enormous value to our brand. The depth of Steve's knowledge, and his willingness to go above and beyond to get us the best possible outcome, left me deeply impressed.–Will Fertman, Boston Review
Steve is a very, very smart and talented guy. He is also a genuine pleasure to work with. We hired him at Boston Review do an Open Publish based website. The work has been consistently excellent and timely, He is terrific at explaining options. He cares about the needs of our users. And he brings real enthusiasm to the project. I recommend him with the greatest enthusiasm and without qualification. If you need to know more, please contact me at email@example.com.–Joshua Cohen, editor Boston Review; professor, Stanford University
- Brad Larson, Brad Larson Media, Canton, MA
- Summer 2011 - Internal Drupal site at the Ecotarium allowing museum staff to review the videos made by visitors to a new kiosk.
- Developing a new Drupal site to allow museum staff members to flexibly change and reorder multiple choice questions for a museum kiosk, and to track accumulating visitor answers in the form of pie charts and histograms.
- Development work on a Drupal multisite installation to help museum staff members sort through audio of museum user visits to museum kiosks that allow users to leave videos.
- Consulting about automatic Facebook uploading.
Steve has helped us on several projects in a variety of capacities, from consulting on some tricky issues related to Facebook uploading, to Drupal installation and configuration on our server, to a customized system integrating museum content in a Drupal environment. Steve's personable and responsive approach has added great value to our own work, and I would recommend him without hesitation for projects involving a variety of technologies.–Brad Larson
- Brandy Oliver, MTT Professional Network
- New Answer Technologies, Inc. (newanswertech.com)
Learned that the Denver Open Media Project had faced the same need and had developed a custom module called Filefield Local to solve it. Obtained the module, tweaked it slightly, and provided it to New Answer Technologies, solving their need.
- 林 原慶, Taiwan
Wrote the RealChat module that allows users of a Drupal site to go to a RealChat server by clicking a link and have their nickname be their username, avatar be their picture on the site (if available), and their profile be linked to their site profile. It creates an authenticatable chat link if the chat server's authentication key is entered on the ReaChat administrative settings page. This allows the chat server to trust chat sessions from your Drupal site and ignore others.
- Greg Landry, Teacher of Mathematics at Deering High School, Portland ME
Diagnosed problems with Drupal installation and a custom theme that were causing the Color Picker not to function. Repaired the installation locally and transferred the fix back to the live site with no disruptions. Taught much about the use of Drupal along the way.