Hop Studios is Canada's top ExpressionEngine
Web consulting, design and development firm.
Film Radar is an L.A.-based film site owned and operated by Karie Bible. Its stated goal is to “bring the virtually endless world of specialty film-going in Los Angeles right to your
Would You Eat It? was a project brought to us by four team members enrolled in the Master’s Program at the University of Southern California. The website was their final Master’s project, and
SSIR is a well-respected journal written for and by social change leaders in the nonprofit, business, and government sectors. It’s full of amazing articles and run by some really sharp and
For nearly a decade, the Greater Good Science Center and its magazine have been at the cutting edge of the science of compassion, happiness, and altruism—the science of a meaningful life. But
Hop Studios has relaunched a significant site redesign for the Foursquare Church, a large, evangelical Christian organization based in Los Angeles. We’re pleased as punch with the new site,
The Clean Bin Project was a year-long project whose goal was to get a share household to buy nothing and reduce the amount of garbage produced to as close to zero as possible, undertaken by
Truthdig is a Web magazine that provides in-depth coverage of current affairs and news assembled from a progressive point of view. Truthdig is edited by Robert Scheer; its publisher is Zuade
Noozhawk is a major EE install, delivering essential local news and community information in and around Santa Barbara, CA.
Project Reason is an ambitious and expansive non-profit foundation created by Sam Harris. Its mission statement is as follows:Project Reason is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit foundation devoted to
The Los Angeles Times is one of the America’s largest daily newspapers, with a circulation of over a million.
Susannah co-authored this updated edition of the book, which covers everything from choosing blog software to blog widgets to advertising.
Hop Studios redesigned Elevation’s ancient Web site. It was made of static HTML pages, a home-built shopping cart and a PHP-based online assessment tool system.
Pass the Quilt is the brainchild of Rex Jaime and Byron Mondala. Both are of Filipino decent and were interested in creating a web-based project to chronicle the lives of the Filipino people