We worked with Codify Design to migrate the 80k+ member Acrobat User community from Drupal to ExpressionEngine. We did all of the initial CMS development, and custom coded a single sign-on module that allows members to sign in with their existing Adobe ID. We continued to consult on ExpressionEngine best practices and template optimization, until the site was shuttered in 2016.
- Integration with AdobeID (Single Sign-On)
- ExpressionEngine CMS Development
- HTML/CSS/JS Development
- Information Architecture
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Masuga Design worked with Codify Design to execute their design and to migrate the 80k+ member Acrobat User community from Drupal to ExpressionEngine.
We did all of the initial ExpressionEngine CMS development, and helped with the information architecture. We've been consulting and doing maintenance and updates on the site ever since.
AdobeID Single Sign-on Module. We developed a custom signgle sign-on (SSO) module that allows members to sign in with their existing Adobe ID. The module has been updated a couple times as Adobe has modified their security practices. This also allows seamless integration from this site to a separate knowledge-base site that visually looks the same, but runs on a separate system on a different subdomain.
User Account Migration. We wrote scripts to import over 80,000 members accounts from the previous content management system.
ExpressionEngine and Git Version Control Consulting. Immediately after the site launched, we coached the design team on how to use Git so everyone could work together and commit and deploy updates without issue. We continue to consult on ExpressionEngine best practices and to provide template optimization.
To learn more about ExpressionEngine and Git version control, see The Guide to ExpressionEngine Development.