ReClaims collaborated with Kosada to create a powerful tool for homeowners to receive the compensation they deserve from insurance claims. The site has two parts. The first is ais a tool to help consumers with their insurance claims. The second is an online community with forums and blog.Read more
The Sexual Assault Prevention Program of southeastern Ohio had a hand-coded HTML website with no easy way to update content, let alone to change elements on multiple pages at once, like the footer. The website was also out of compliance with accessibility standards, with much of the important content being delivered only as text within images. Kosada converted all necessary content into accessible pages, paragraphs, and tables, improving search engine availability as well as accessibility. We also implemented the visual design that one of their volunteers had designed, adapting it to make room for links and menus to further enable usability. We added an "upcoming events" block, front-page blog for events, news, and announcements. We used Drupal to allow easy content updating by volunteers with administrative access, with a rich text editor and preview feature.Read more
Sterling Commerce, an AT&T company, already had a public website, but they were interested in a small, simple, fast, and clean solution for internal communication among a small group of corporate development directors. Their requests:
A private Wiki
A blog for internal news
A mailing list for group announcements
A simple, clean, minimally-styled interface
They also mentioned that they'd heard great things about Drupal and were interested in using it. Since Drupal is one of our specialties, we were able to provide their requested features at very quick turnaround.Read more
Kosada's co-founders have been at work since the very beginning on some intriguing side-projects designed to eventually integrate into the Kosada business framework. Kineme is one of the most long-standing and dynamically evolving of those projects. From the new kineme.net:
Kosada designed and implemented a secure, anonymous web interface for OSU psychology student Berae McClary's junior research project.
We built an unobtrusive, highly functional, user-friendly interface to allow study participants to make their preference decisions as free from outside influence as possible. We allowed the user to simply click on the images in the order of preference — click the favorite first, and so on. As the user selected choices, the ones already selected grayed out and a ranking number appeared below. If a user changed his or her mind, or entered something mistakenly, a button at the bottom of the screen made it easy to reset the question without affecting the other questions. A small bar at the top indicated how far along in the survey the user was at any given time.
Kosada uses the same technology that it provides to its customers. We use Drupal for this very site and the collaboration tool, Open Atrium, for all internal document management, accounting, payroll, inventory, task management, and as a general repository for any "loose" data that would otherwise be inefficiently stored in filing cabinets. We customize Drupal modules to meet the needs of new and innovative methods of data storage and manipulation.Read more
Kosada handles the web presence of performance-art group project ruori. We provide site design and hosting services and integrate lots of audio/video content. The front page features a nifty madlib, generated uniquely for each page view.