This page lists all the projects that the Studios DJ-music have been involved with. Click any picture to learn more about each individual project.

There are currently 13 projects:


Start/End dates: 02/96 to present.
Highlights: Drupal 7 implementation, using CCK, Views and Views Slideshow.

The Studios DJ-music project was started in 1996 from Paris, France. It moves to Nashville, Tennessee in 2003, and for the last three years, its primarily focus has been affordable, custom web designs.


Start/End dates: 01/08 to present.
Highlights: HTML/CSS implementation, using sitemason as web host. Current webmaster.

TrainWorks is the leading provider of customized, independent training in wealth management, financial planning, customer service, and business ethics. Based in Nashville, Tennessee and traveling all over the country, TrainWorks presence on the Internet is essential.


Start/End dates: 03/11 to present.
Highlights: Sitemason implementation, using a mix between sitemason API and HTML/CSS/PHP.

The Richland-West End Neighborhood Association (RWENA) in Nashville, TN first refreshed its website in 2011, in preparation for its Annual Tour of Homes. A more in-depth and complete redesign followed in 2012, taking better advantage of the sitemason platform.

CQS


Start/End dates: 11/11 to present.
Highlights: Drupal 7 implementation, using CCK, Panels, Views and Views Slideshow.

The Center for Quantitative Sciences (CQS) at Vanderbilt University decided on adopting Drupal for its new Center's website, mainly for its user management power and ability for in-site editing of the content.


Start/End dates: 02/12 to 05/12.
Highlights: HTML/CSS and Exchange service implementation.

LiveOak Company is an engineering firm in Nashville, TN, which was in needs for a simple online presence. We set all the necessities, from email Exchange solution to web hosting of all their contact information.


Start/End dates: 05/10 to 01/11.
Highlights: Drupal 6 implementation, using CCK, Views, Flowplayer. Include a complete custom collaborative intranet module named co|LAB.

The Center for Cancer Systems Biology at Vanderbilt University is the successor of the Vanderbilt Integrative Cancer Biology Center (VICBC).


Start/End dates: 06/09 to 11/11.
Highlights: Drupal 6 implementation, using CCK, Views, and custom modules.

The Vanderbilt Antibody & Protein Resource (VAPR) is a research core at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. It arose from the fusion between the Vanderbilt Monoclonal Antibody Core (VMAC) and the Protein Expression User Club (PEUC).


Start/End dates: 03/09 to 01/11.
Highlights: Drupal 6 implementation, using CCK, Views and Flowplayer.

iTumor was created to promote simulations of mathematical modeling by the Vanderbilt Integrative Cancer Biology Center. Implemented in Drupal, this site was integrated with the Center for Cancer Systems Biology at Vanderbilt (CCSB@V).


Start/End dates: 09/08 to 12/10.
Highlights: Drupal 6 implementation, using CCK, Views, and custom modules.

The Protein Expression Users' Club (PEUC) was a research core at Vanderbilt University Medical Center dedicated in bringing mammal protein expression at cost.


Start/End dates: 08/08 to 11/11.
Highlights: HTML/CSS/PHP/Perl/C++/JQuery/Javascript implementation.

GLAD4U, a National Library of Medicine-awarded website, transforms a scientific query into a list of prioritized candidate genes.


Start/End dates: 06/08 to 01/11.
Highlights: Drupal 6 implementation, using CCK, Views, and custom modules.

The Quaranta Laboratory at Vanderbilt University Medical Center conducts cancer research, focused on deciphering cancer invasion. When the group needed a web presence, we built a regular Drupal website which goals were to advertise the science to prospecting students and to post a calendar of events.


Start/End dates: 06/08 to 12/10.
Highlights: Drupal 6 implementation, using CCK and Views.

Acting as the webmaster for the website of the Weaver Laboratory at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, we attempted to transferring this website to Drupal. The advantages are for the lab members to update their own page content, and upload pictures to new Photo Galleries. This project was however discontinued.


Start/End dates: 11/04 to 05/10.
Highlights: HTML/CSS implementation, with some PHP/SQL custom functions, and a small Drupal 6 intranet site.

The Vanderbilt Integrative Cancer Biology Center (VICBC) was created in 2004, funded by a 5-yr grant from the National Cancer Institute. This multi-disciplinary Center featured a team of scientists at different locations. In 2010, the VICBC became the Center for Cancer Systems Biology at Vanderbilt (CCSB@V), and the VICBC website was retired.