Relief & Development

I am a technology professional committed to the development of sustainable solutions that deliver results.

Jan
19

NGO/Project/Field Office Website

In 2009 I created this Drupal site to demonstrate the types of fully sustainable content management systems that I develop by blending the latest innovations in information technologies with effective use of Web2.0 design sensibilities (again, this was 2009 so 2.0 was all the buzz.)

The fully functional online version can be found at http://tatweer.gohernandez.com.

For a quick introduction to this project, view the video below:

Jul
20

Drupal with Google Maps

I created this site to demonstrate the power of going open source.

This is a Drupal implementation that integrates with Google Maps using a freely available module. The rest of the site is a demonstration of several modern best-practices in web design.

Note: This site was completed in 2010 using Drupal 6. 

You can see the solution here.

Apr
25

Sustainable Web Solution Proof of Concept

I've spent much of my time recently focusing on the development of truly sustainable technology solutions using open source technologies, mainly Drupal.

In 2010 I created this fully functional, sustainable proof of concept and chose Tatweer as my muse given that I was familiar with this project and its audiences, it's a site that had a manageable amount of content to port, and it was a site that was not using open source technologies.

May
11

Corporate Identity Redesign

For just shy of 2 years, I was the IT Officer for the Stop TB Partnership hosted by the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. Prior to my arrival, the Partnership had engaged an agency to redesign the Stop TB Logo.

The Stop TB Partnership management was not pleased with the first set of comps we received after my arrival so I created a set of my own comps which eventually evolved into the final logo which is still currently in use. This final logo was chosen over the comps sent over by the award-winning agency that was contracted to do our redesign.

This logo, in full and in emblem form, is widely recognized in areas of high TB incidence and the Stop TB Partnership has been widely lauded for the quality of its advocacy, communications, and branding.

I have many years of exposure to printing and publishing through family businesses and summer work as a student.