Web Development

Match Education - A Video Case Study on Quick-to-Market in Drupal

August 29, 2012


While we think all of the work we do for our amazing roster of clients is worthy of a case study, some stories are more fun to tell than others.  Take our work for Match Education, for example: a custom-designed, responsive, fully-implemented Drupal site in under 6 weeks?  Pish tosh, the cynics may have said, but we knew otherwise and took on the website redesign with aplomb.  For the whole story, check out our video case study, embedded above.


Never Repeat Yourself: A Development Technique in Practice from An Event Apart

July 20, 2012

Getting excited about the newest web tools and techniques is something every front end developer can relate to and after attending An Event Apart, Boston, we could hardly wait to turn up the volume on some of our development practices, in this instance, preprocessing our CSS. There are multiple ways to preprocess CSS or Cascading Style Sheets but two most popular are SASS & LESS.

For those still unsure what SASS is exactly:


Launch Announcement: A Fresher Uncommon Schools

July 03, 2012

 Uncommon Schools logoAfter a intensive labor of love, we're thrilled to announce that OHO's latest project, a multi-section overhaul of Uncommon Schools' website, is launched and live to the world!


Looking Back on An Event Apart Boston 2012

June 20, 2012

An Event Apart logo After two days of intense, forward-thinking sessions on the state of the web and a (brief) moment to calmly reflect, we can honestly say An Event Apart (http://aneventapart.com/2012/boston/) has the OHO offices ignited with inspiration.


Scoping an Enterprise Website? Keys to Avoiding "Scope Creep"

May 17, 2011

Becoming a project-scoping ninja will help you contain costs, keep timelines on track, and in general make every project a lot easier to get done.
A lot of the secret to great scoping is avoiding scope creep - the slow growth of a small project into a big one. It’s one of the chief headaches of project managers. Fortunately, it’s easy to identify the top five reasons projects grow beyond their scope. Once you know what to look out for, it’s relatively easy to write a project scope that avoids scope creep from: