We’ve worked with Central Web Services to create a new set of themes for Drupal 6 that follow the latest brand and identity guidelines. We’ve planned them to be flexible and adaptable for a range of sites, with plenty of room to add identity elements. We hope that it allows users to focus on what’s most important in their Web sites: the content.
Too often a wealth of time and energy goes into planning and designing the template, the actual look and feel of the site. And then the Web project begins to lose momentum when it comes to developing and maintaining the content. But content is the most important aspect of any online project. With these themes, users can jump right to the editorial part of a project and get through the cycle of a Web development or redesign project before fatigue sets in.
You will need to be running version 6 of Drupal to use these themes. We hope to eventually include HTML and CSS for those not working with a content managed site, but those will take more time for development. If you have a Drupal 6 development site, you probably already have these themes available. To set up a Drupal dev site, contact CWS. For assistance in planning content and strategy for your site, using these themes, contact Web Communications. We’ve also published guidelines for use of these themes.