Drew Webber (mcdruid) is a UK Drupal developer, PHP programmer and linux sysadmin. This is his website.
I built Peoples Empowerment Foundation a new website on Drupal 6 during a period of volunteering I did in Asia.
The design for the site was done by the excellent Simon White of whitewebs.
The site uses Drupal's built-in multi-lingual functionality, along with i18n and related modules, to support content (and administration) in both English and Thai.
I built a new site for Friends of the Earth Cardiff on drupal 5.
Features include e-mail newsletters, a calendar and a publishing workflow.
The site went live towards the end of 2008.
habanero is a simple CMS that I wrote using PHP, MySQL, XHTML and CSS. By conforming to web standards it produces valid accessible output. The cheesey strapline for habanero is a little goes a long way.
An earlier incarnation of the site, which was also developed by mcdruid.co.uk was reviewed in Gibbons Stamp Monthly; they called the site ".. well designed and easy to browse.."
This client was a recruitment company based in Amsterdam.
They required a multi-lingual website with dynamic content.
Of vital importance was the ability to maintain a searchable listing of vacancies, and the provision of a system to manage the transfer and storage of important documents such as candidate CVs.
I developed a completely bespoke solution for Katana-IT, including their multi-lingual website, and a system to enable candidates & clients to submit important documents over the web.