Lockheed Martin Healthplan Website View live site
My first Django project and first work with Project Evolution was a site for Aetna health plan. The bulk of the site is driven by a Django-powered content management system with the rest of the content from a series of applications.
The FAQ section does double-duty as a set of frequently asked questions and a message board for users to ask questions of site administrators. Questions are answered in the Django administrator panel which forwards the response to the user by email. If the question is general enough, the administrator can promote the question and answer into the FAQ list.
The glossary application generates a standard Glossary of Terms page, but building the application was anything but standard.string.uppercase (or .lowercase if you prefer). The bit of the glossary I'm most proud of is harder to find: I built a template tag that looks through any piece of content, finds phrases and words that exist in the glossary and marks them up so users can find out what a term means without leaving the page (you can see an example by hover over "HealthPlan" in the fourth bullet point here). The tag is smart enough that it only marks a word once, doesn't mark up a word inside certain HTML tags (so it doesn't pop up and prevent you from clicking on a link) and looks for the longest matching phrase in each case (so phrases that contain other glossary terms get properly marked).
Aetna provides Lockheed Martin employees with an Action Plan to help them improve their health.Pisa.