Pongos recently helped the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (N4A) create a volunteer resource center. http://agingnetworkvolunteers.org/
Orangutans are among the most intelligent primates, and they use a variety of sophisticated tools. So just what does that have to do with web development? The team at Pongo Interactive, like the clever orangutans, also uses sophisticated tools. We tend to use them to bring our clients’ web and interactive projects to life, instead of using them for things like insect and seed extraction. Plus, we borrowed our company name from the genus under which orangutans are classified.
Pongos created a WordPress multi-site implementation for the 2011 AGU Fall Meeting (http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2011/) in summer 2011.
American Forests reached out to Pongos initially to have training on WordPress, but quickly realized that they would be best served by partnering with us to move their static website to WordPress (http://www.americanforests.org). We delivered a customized WordPress implementation, with a beautiful custom design, in a very short timeframe, and helped them migrate their content [...]
Pongos helped the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry turn the design for their new web site into a custom WordPress theme. http://www.scottishrite.org
Pongos created a blog community for the American Geophysical Union (http://blogs.agu.org). We delivered the entire site, including wireframes, design, a custom BuddyPress theme, and content migration in just under a month. For this website, each of the blogs is a sub-site within the WordPress multi-site implementation, and makes use of theme options to give each [...]
Pongos originally created a custom PHP-based content management system for the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Science Update radio program website in 2005. The CMS allowed AAAS producers to manage the podcast and other content displayed on the website. In 2010 we migrated the site into AAAS’s WordPress multi-site implementation and trained the [...]