See the features in action on some of our sites:
Our own site was completely updated to GI-5 in January 2014, after having introduced some of the framework features earlier. The InfoMatters blog was started in April 2015, with comments by Stu Johnson on a variety of topics related to "making information make sense." Here is the status of some of our other sites:
SeniorLifestyle was updated to GI-5/CMS-3 from a GI-3 site in May 2015. The site is built around articles by a team of contributors organized in 13 topical "collections." There is a robust search engine to find articles (more than 1,000 already) and the ads on the site are served dynamically to adjust for page length (we are an affiliate of the Rakuten LinkShare advertising program).
A First Look (custom) is a companion site to the leading college text in communication theory. An upgrade in 2014 for the 9th Edition of the text expanded on improvements made with previous edition upgrades, which occur every two to three years. The latest improvements included a wider layout, better integration of videos (and exclusive use of MP4 video files), and all standard features of GI-5 sites. The heart of the site is the Theory Resources section, which uses Ajax technology to present details from a list of up to 18 types of information available for each chapter of the text. Some of those resources are availble only to authorized instructors.
Evangel Baptist Church was upgraded to GI-5/CMS-3 in December 2013. It makes extensive use of standard modules and site features.
Wayne Township was the first site to be upgraded to the full GI-5/CMS-3 implementation, in the fall of 2013.
Last update: June 9, 2015