WEB210 » Summer 2011

1) Center for Human Services

  • Greg L. Smith
  • Sarah Durkee
  • Debra Warren
  • Cuong Nguyen

2) Global Citizen Journey

  • Kevin Lineback
  • Erin Schiller
  • Matt Williams
  • Ty Wong
  • Abell Smith

3) Retired Tug Boat Association

  • Tara Sloan
  • Katherine Turner
  • Matt Dubina
  • Greg Tiffany

4) Story Garden Seattle

  • Joya Marsh
  • Jason Adams
  • Adrian Shaw
  • Marina Babic

5) Common Language Project

  • Taylor Loran
  • Vinita Vigil
  • Sara Smiley
  • Alex Aragon
  • Rattanack Athens

6) Danie Eagleton

  • Rebecca Chizeck
  • Ryan Wieseler
  • Anton Bardakhanov

7) The Happiness Initiative

  • Jennifer Multari
  • Don Gilbert
  • Travis Rogers
  • Melissa Ashforth
  • Kwan Ngai Chiu

8) QA Healing Arts

  • Jamie Koepnick
  • Carl Hughes
  • Linda Moschell
  • Fredrick Read

9) Friends of the Conservatory

  • Reed Wacker
  • Brian Kluck
  • Laura Sammons


This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.


  1. Tara says:

    The plug-in we used on the photo page on the RTA site is Facebook Page Photo Gallery.


  2. Deb says:

    Anyone else need a drink after class tonight?

  3. Taylor Loran says:

    Also, I subscribed to this site’s rss feed and it’s totally been worth it. Lot’s of great WordPress tutorials and information.


  4. Taylor Loran says:

    Hey tug boat team! I stumbled across BuddyPress, an add-on to WordPress that supports individual profile pages, forums, etc.

    Here is what their tagline on their home page says: “Social networking in a box. Build a social network for your company, school, sports team or niche community all based on the power and flexibility of WordPress.”

    Here is the site: http://buddypress.org/

    And here is a tutorial on how to get started with it: http://wp.tutsplus.com/tutorials/getting-started-with-buddypress/

  5. Laura Sammons says:

    Hi – here is a 210 resource. It is a highly rated plugin for clearly defining user roles in WP, called Role Scoper.

    “Role Scoper gives you CMS-like permissions for reading and editing. Content-specific restrictions and roles supplement/override WordPress roles. User groups optional.”



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