6 Beautiful Drupal-built Sites We Love

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At Icreon, we’re big advocates of the Drupal platform. When it comes to building websites, Drupal is flexible, scalable and creative in ways that lots of other platforms aren’t. That being said, we’re always on the lookout for sites that are using Drupal to its fullest extent.

For those looking for a bit of inspiration, we’ve put together a small showcase of Drupal-built websites that are absolutely stunning in terms of both design and functionality. From beautiful image assets, to creative transitions, to comprehensive design executions, here are six beautiful Drupal websites that are inspiring us this week.

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Tales of Exile – Abdul Hay Mosallam Zarara at Sharjah Art Foundation

Abdul Hay Mosallam Zarara is a self-taught Palestinian artist who has meticulously worked on archiving the recent histories of the Palestinian people. He was born in 1933 at Al-Dawayima in Palestine, and currently lives and works in Amman. Mosallam recreates scenes from daily life in his lost Palestinian home that have remained vivid in his mind since his expulsion from the village of Al-Dawayima in 1948. Mosallam has also produced extensive documentation of the recent Palestinian struggle and liberation movements in the form of painted reliefs – it is these works that form the basis of the exhibition in Sharjah. The extract on show forms part of a “painted archive” – a unique representation of a community writing its own history.

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Like all his work, the pieces on show at the Sharjah Art Foundation till 15 January 2015 are highly illustrative. Mosallam did not have any formal training, using sawdust…

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Good news for dependents of expatriates

Edarabia

good news for dependents of expatriates mini Good news for dependents of expatriatesJeddah, Saudi Arabia: Starting this week, dependents of expatriates will be allowed to work at private and international schools without the need to transfer their Iqamas (residence permits), a source at the Ministry of Labor told Saudi Gazette on Sunday.

This will reduce recruitment from abroad and save time and money spent on issuing visas, the source said.

Earlier, the dependents of expatriates were allowed to work in the private sector only under the condition that they transfer their Iqamas.

Now the dependents have to register with the Labor Ministry?s Ajeer Service, which will be monitored by the Ministry of Education.

Mallik Abu Talib, an owner of a private school, said they had been waiting for this decision since long. But he said he will not make recruitment until he receives an official letter from the Ministry of Labor.

This decision, he said, will solve a major issue, especially in…

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare gets console release dates

Geekly Gaming

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Activision and Torn Banner Studios revealed the console release dates for Chivalry: Medieval Warfare alongside new screenshots today.

The game is coming to PS3 on December 2 and Xbox 360 on December 3 for $15 USD. Chivalry: Medieval Warfare will launch with over sixty weapon options, customizable gear, and twelve-player online support for a variety of game modes, including Free-for-All and Team Deathmatch.

Enjoy the gallery below!

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