Describe the Project (Goals, Requirements, and Outcome):
The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (English: Municipal Museum) is an art museum in The Hague in the Netherlands. The museum is renowned for its large Mondrian collection, the largest in the world.
The basement of the museum, catered to teenagers, is called Wonderkamers (Wonder Rooms). In 13 different rooms, corresponding to the sub-collections of the museum, visitors play interactive games to learn about the collection. This is done using a game on a tablet.
The website not only lists information about the Wonderkamers, but it is also used by visitors to download their results after they returned home from the museum. Visitors receive a link via e-mail to a hidden page on the website that lists the photos they have made and the exercises they have done on their tablet during their visit.
Why Drupal Was Chosen:
The clients used Drupal for a lot of websites already - mainly because it is open source, but also because of its huge community and the vast list of freely available modules.
Key Modules, Theme, and Distribution Used:
Apart from the usual suspects (Features, Context, Display Suite, Media, Ctools, Pathauto, Redirect, Wysiwyg) the website uses Beans, Panels and i18n.. The website uses a custom theme, built with SASS, Susy and Compass.
Why these Modules, Theme, and Distribution were Chosen:
LimoenGroen uses its own distribution with the most used modules like Views, Context and Features. Per site we only include those modules that are specific enough not to include them in our distribution.