This was a great project, working again with Atelier Grafik. He did some great work creating a new identity for the company, then designing a new site around that. I then developed the site as a child theme for Thematic, using the jCarousel, some jQuery UI, Cufon and some cool custom post type work.
For this job, I designed and then developed and implemented an upgrade to the existing WordPress-powered part of the Kindle Research website. The brief was to improve the impact and usability of the blog, and to connect it up with a simple workflow that would encourage the company to keep the blog updated regularly (such as via iPhone app and Posterous) and would then distribute that content across social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
I implemented the design by modifying the existing theme and incorporating plugins and widgets such as Feedburner, Cufon font replacement, a Twitter widget. As part of this process, I had to update to the current PHP release, the current version of WordPress and then had to fix various issues with the rest of the site that these changes bought about. I also performed some minor changes on the homepage to reflect the improvements made to the blog.
Part design and build of a fairly simple lead-generation focussed website for a small consortium of rehab businesses. Unfortunately, the consortium did not last long, and the website has now been taken down. Although not the most complex of projects, this was my first venture into XHTML, and I ended up with a template that I thought worked well and has since formed the basis for further sites.