Remodeling Four Kitchens: A look inside our new brand
With the additions of Advomatic and Manatí, we’ve had an exciting few years at Four Kitchens. While we’ve remained fundamentally the same organization, we’ve also been evolving into something new. It’s time for our brand to catch up.Learn more
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A is for Aaron’s birthday
Four Kitchens co-founder and design Aaron Stanush recently turned 30. To celebrate, we filled his office with black balloons, went to Uncle Billy's Brew and Cue, and ditched work to go bowling. Just another day at FKHQ. Aaron is also a homebrewer, so we gave him a copy of Tom Robbin's B Is for Beer inscribed with this alphabet poem: A is for Aaron B is for Beer C is for Cycling D is for Double Pecan Porter E is for eBoy F is for Shepard Fairey G is for Guacamole H is for display: Hidden; (or Hefeweizen) I is for Invoicing J is for Je voudrais un billet, cinq jour, trois zone K is for Kidrobot L is for Losing a passport in Hungary M is for McFarlane Toys N is for Nintendo O is for Open Source (or Octoberfest) P is for Portmanteau Brewing Q is for Quantic (or Quadrupel) R is for Rollerblades S is for Ska/Punk T is for Typography U is for Underground Hip-Hop (or UT) V is for Volkswagen W is for Weird Wednesdays X is for sXe Y is for Yelp.com Z is for Zombies
Four Kitchens’ website featured on 960.gs
Our website has been featured on 960.gs, home of the 960 grid system! This is quite an honor, as we're big fans of grid-based design -- especially 960.gs -- and have begun implementing its principles and techniques in virtually every project.
David Strauss elected as a permanent member of the Drupal Association
Congratulations to David Strauss, Four Kitchens co-founder and Drupal scalability guru, who was elected yesterday as a Permanent Member of the Drupal Association. David's goals as a member focus largely on improvements to infrastructure, community-building, and reaching out to other open-source projects. Details can be found in his application: What are the primary goals you would like to work on? I would like to advance the infrastructure for development and sprints by working with the community to drive development and deployment of next-generation (read: not CVS) tools, both for issue tracking and version control. I would like to participate in discussions surrounding the membership software for Drupal Association membership, including CiviCRM (the current tool) and alternatives. I would like to work with major free culture and free software organizations to establish partnerships.
Four Kitchens merch is here
Just in time for Drupalcon Szeged 2008, Four Kitchens has a few shirts and lots of stickers with our new logo to give away to our fellow Drupalers meeting up in Szeged. We'll also be giving away some sweet Drupal stickers to put on your laptop, bike, dog, chair, or grandma. To get your hands on one, simply find us—before we find you. photo by Todd Ross Nienkerk
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