Hail to the Chiefs

On the occasion of the Kansas City Chiefs’ tenth anniversary online, Happy Cog Studios announces its redesign of the KC Chiefs site:

Along with a brand-centric and standards-compliant* redesign, Happy Cog delivered a custom content management system controlling everything from articles to ad streams. (Everything but the Pro Shop, which is designed and run by others.)

A few design tweaks are still to come, and a few sections (chiefly, Cheerleaders) have yet to be populated, but otherwise all cyllinders are firing.

*Attention XHTML nit-pickers: We are still in the process of cleaning up the site’s last remaining compliance errors. With over 4500 articles produced over ten years, there are plenty of things to fix. You don’t need to tell us, ’cause we know.

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