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At Freelock, we use Open Source technologies and principles to create dynamic web sites with user friendly interfaces that make it easy for clients to update their own content. We specialize in Drupal and can help create a web system that exceed your organizational needs -- whether you're looking for a basic business site, an online store, or a collaborative community, we can get it up and running at a reasonable price.

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World Vision mEducation Alliance

The product owners of the mEducation Alliance website contacted us in September, 2015 to provide ongoing monthly Drupal security and module updates. The site is a partnership between World Vision, USAID, Peace Corps, and UNICEF – just to name a few. World Vision reached out to us to take over the monthly maintenance and retainer development support on the Drupal 6 site.

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World Vision Chinese/Korean Websites

World Vision decided to partner with Freelock in September of 2015 for their Chinese and Korean websites. Headquartered in Federal Way, Washington – this was a perfect fit! We took plenty of time discussing the pain points their product owners were having with the sites, then building out an appropriate retainer plan to provide support services.

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Queen City Yacht Club

Our friends at Queen City Yacht Club approached us in April of 2015 regarding their Drupal 5 website. It was at the end of life and they wanted to upgrade. Their motivations were that they wanted a website that was mobile responsive, yet similar to their old design. We decided to do a straight upgrade/migration to Drupal 7 instead of 8, because Drupal 8 wasn't yet released.

National Center for Science Education

In June of 2015, our collegue recommended our Drupal maintenance services to the National Center for Science Education. Our colleague was looking forward to large project and just didn't have the bandwidth to maintain their website. But, since we have our maintenance processes streamlined and love taking on new clients, this was a no brainer!

Snoqualmie Tribe

Snoqualmie Tribe contacted us in December of 2014 in desperate need to secure their website. It turns out, they were susceptible to the Drupalgeddon attack and needed the Drupal 7.34 core security update. We were able to apply that core security update and identify any other areas that were at risk. In addition, we provided other site fixes, as they needed. 

Since the partnership began, Snoqualmie Tribe has opted into our Standard Drupal Maintenance plan, with a budget for additional site work. 

Lease Crutcher Lewis

In December of 2013, we were contacted by Lease Crutcher Lewis to take over their hosting. Their site is a great contender for Drupal 8! They were also interested in our Drupal maintenance plan and our Drupal Site Assessment. After we completed the site assessment, we identified many areas that could be easily cleaned up, such as duplicate content types, convoluted ways of adding content to different categories on the site, and non-standard Drupal techniques that were hard-coded in the theme.

Bonavita World Homepage

Bonavita World

In early 2014, our friends at Bonavita came to Freelock requesting that we help manage their main website Espresso Supply. Soon thereafter, they wanted to launch a website for one of their brands, Bonavita. But it wasn't until early summer that they were ready to realize those dreams. 

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Washington Housing Alliance Action Fund

The Washington Low Income Housing Alliance Action Fund first talked to us about building a new site last October, but they were not ready to proceed. This summer they were finally ready, and used our Base Business Site plan to get a site built and launched quickly.

The site was a very straightforward build with a very light integration with Salsa, their fundraising platform. It was done in 8 weeks start-to-finish, with most of that time awaiting content from the client.

Makah Community Portal

The Makah Tribe is located in Neah Bay, Washington. They had a custom portal for the Makah Tribe and the Neah Bay Community. Their website is the hub for the community, providing information for any aspect of tribal life that they may need. From tribal government, to community resources, to education and recreational information, users can find information quickly.

Max Dale's Steak and Chop House

Max Dale's Steak House is a popular restaurant a few dozen miles up the road in Mt. Vernon, Washington.

Skagit Media Marketing led the design effort, and partnered with us to deliver the first of our new Basic Business Sites.

IslandWood

Freelock was approached by Seattle creative design agency Tether, to build a new website for their client IslandWood. The website included integration with multiple external services while keeping a brochure style site feel.

Northwest Wall & Ceiling Bureau

Freelock originally built an informational website for the Northwest Wall & Ceiling Bureau (NWCB), an international trade organization for the wall and ceiling industry. We were then hired to build a secondary site for the organization's annual trade show and implemented a custom mapping system that allowed participants to uniquely select banquet seats and booth locations.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center eagle-i Integration

We worked with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s (FHCRC) Shared Resources Library staff and the eagle-i team to create a customized Drupal module. It was designed to reside within the existing Shared Resources website and copies the sites content to the local eagle-i node which then hands the data along to eagle-i central for inclusion in the master directory. FHCRC now only needs to create or edit content in one location (their Drupal site) and once published, key elements of that same material are instantly pushed to the eagle-i network.

Totem Ocean

Freelock teamed up with Eben Design to build a new site for Totem Ocean Trailer Express. The website includes frequently updated maps, cameras and easy to update scheduling.

I-TECH

The International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH), a non-profit collaboration between the University of Washington and the University of California, San Francisco. ITECH came to Freelock for help building an internal system to improve collaboration and communication within their organization.

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  1. I wanted to touch base and thank you for your team’s quality work on the FHCRC eagle-i connection project.  The system is live and in production – pushing our Drupal content automatically to Harvard’s system.

    We’re very grateful for all the efforts your crew put into this project! Freelock is on my speed dial for future projects!

    Ann Marie Clark
    Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

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