Community or Club

Alameda Point Info

Alameda Point Info is a grass roots, volunteer driven information site that explores the future of Alameda Point. It was launched in 2009 and underwent a "responsive" facelift in 2013, and now features layered maps!

Alameda Point was a naval air station until it was de-commissioned in the mid-90's that was famous for hosting the Doolittle squadron in WWII. The USS Hornet makes its home there presently as a museum. Read more about Alameda Point Info

The Alamedan

The Alameda Community News Project promotes civic engagement and transparency by providing high quality, nonpartisan news coverage that is no longer available through traditional media. The goal is to provide a comprehensive and reliable record of Alameda's civic life, serving as a community watchdog over Alameda's major civic institutions and as the citizens' voice in local affairs. Read more about The Alamedan

Alameda Waterfront

The 34th America's Cup is coming to San Francisco Bay, and Alameda is ready to assist. Superclean created this site almost a year before AC34 chose its venue, but we were always believers.

This Drupal CMS includes categorized news items and features, a maritime business directory, a hospitality directory, an America's Cup interactive timeline, videos, and an advertising banner network with ad tracking. Read more about Alameda Waterfront

Oakland Undercurrent

Superclean created this website for the Oakland Community Pools Project, aka Sons' of Superclean swim team. One of their coaches was recently Anthony Ervin, the olympic gold medalist!

This website had the fundamental goals of keeping team families in the loop for upcoming swim meets and other events. The coaches are able to add and edit the information from their mobile phones while on deck. The website also serves to promote swim lessons to the greater community and is a very successful program. Read more about Oakland Undercurrent

Oakland Yacht Club

March 2010 - March 2016. Site is now managed by another provider.

The Oakland Yacht Club website is 50% front-end marketing and 50% member services (available to members only.) The primary feature of the Members area includes an interactive members directory, online sign-up forms for events, and subscriptions to custom content (such as meal menus and events), and the Seascape club newsletter.

Yacht club website features custom membership tools created with Drupal. Tiered management adds members, inner menus, upcoming events, signups, racing results, and more. forms. Read more about Oakland Yacht Club