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Working with Affinity Bridge has been the most organized, straight-forward, easy and stress-free experience we could have had! We came to them with a Drupal site, in need of some upgrades. As a physics lab, with researchers who have been making sites since the dawn of the internet, we have a good number of sites that needed to be updated. Affinity Bridge found us a tool (Organic Groups) to help us make that transition. We now have a tool to let the groups make sites that are coherent, look nice, and above all, work and are easy to use.
Our team was more than impressed with Mack's ability to speak user-friendliness and tech-talk equally as easily and as knowledgeably. Upon meeting the team, we discovered that these qualities were seamlessly carried throughout every member of Affinity Bridge. Each stage of the process went wonderfully. They asked all the right questions in discovery, and kept bringing us back to our major goals and focuses throughout the project. In the work phase,they hummed along like busy bees, asking for input here and there, but mostly just crafted the masterpiece in their hive. Once it was ready to move over to our site, Dave put all of his focus on getting it moved over here and working exactly as we expected. More than once he removed a crazy sense of panic, thinking the whole project was going to be kaput because something wasn't working, with "oh of course, let's get that working... done!" . Overall, Affinity Bridge was a pleasure to work with, paid attention to details, kept us on track, had the technical skills to give us everything we needed in a clean and organized way.
TRIUMF, which is run by 15 universities and located at the University of British Columbia, is Canada's national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics. They are one of the leading subatomic physics laboratories in the world, and houses the world's largest Cyclotron particle accelerator. TRIUMF is involved in huge amounts of collaborative research, and needed some help upgrading and unifying a collection of sub-sites for the various research groups with which they work.