At Themery, we specialize in web design and development. Of course, as our name implies, we love designing and developing amazing custom Drupal themes. We are experts. We know Drupal’s theme system inside and out. We even wrote a book about it.
We believe in the Drupal project because of its openness, power, flexibility, and the top-notch experiences it allow us to create for our clients. We take pride in delivering compelling, cutting-edge websites that make our clients and their users happy. We strive to not only give our clients the best possible online presence, but to also give them a solid foundation on which to grow. Drupal helps us make this a reality.
Over the last nine years we’ve worked on all types of websites, large and small, and continue to work with some of the very best Drupal developers out there. We’ve enjoyed every minute of it, and have managed to receive some cool awards along the way.
Contributing to the Drupal project is at the heart of our workflow. Web standards, performance and accessibility are very important to us and our clients, so we’ve made it a priority to be involved in helping to make Drupal’s future bright. We’ve contributed both modules and themes and we were also key contributors to Drupal core, including the HTML5 Initiative.
Jacine LuisiWeb Developer
Jacine Luisi, has been working on websites since 2004 and primarily with Drupal since 2007. Most recently she lead the HTML5 Initiative with a fantastic team of developers who strive to update Drupal 8 to use modern markup and CSS techniques. She has worked on countless projects with some of the best Drupal developers around, for both large and small clients, and takes pride in crafting web sites that are beautiful, accessible and efficient.
Co-author of the celebrated chapters on theming in The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7, Jacine also co-maintained the Markup and CSS components for Drupal 7 and has contributed to a number of themes and modules. She currently resides in Rye Brook, NY, with her husband, Jack, and their Westie, Bailey.
Amanda RodriguezDesigner & Front-end Developer
Formally trained in the arts, Amanda Rodriguez’s journey to front-end development was quite unconventional. Upon earning a BFA in furniture design, Amanda began work as a fabricator, using materials like wood, metal, and fiberglass to create large scale projects—things like fishing boats, rowing shells, and 30-foot tall Keith Harring and Roy Lichtenstein sculptures. Unsatisfied with the grueling work, she started exploring other interests, at which point tattooing and web design became her primary focus. In 2009, while working as a designer for Flash websites, Amanda’s sister Jacine introduced her to Drupal—and it was love at first click. Amanda immediately began expanding her knowledge of front-end development, and since then she has created countless Drupal themes and worked on a number of well-known sites in Drupal (the Foo Fighters website, for example). A unique combination of designer and front-end developer, Amanda is able to tackle projects from start to finish.