A 10-Point Summary of May 2017

by Grafton Studio Team | Jun 16, 2017 | [[ readEstimate ]] min read

May was a month of progress, with some of our larger, long-term projects sprinting to the finish line.

Designs for Hampton Yacht's new website were approved.

The team kicked off the summer at the Boston Calling Music Festival, over the river at Harvard’s Cumnock Field.

The back-end of Boston Latin School’s web portal came together, and the first demo took place. The project officially launches in September.

We began our search for our next permanent team member.

We started designing an interactive exhibit for Chhange in New Jersey, which will educate students on modern genocide around the world.

Wireframes for Precision Agriculture for Development were approved, and went into design.

Princeton & Slavery templates were coded and prepped for Craft CMS integration.

The website for Harvard’s History Design Studio was completed.

Sean ventured up to Vermont, where he hiked to the top of Camel Hump.

We loaded the last module for Link Learn, putting an end to many hours of populating content.