Feedback needed: what are some sites that belong in "Who's Using Drupal?" block?

lizzjoy's picture

The block at https://www.drupal.org/about of "Who's Using Drupal" is in need of a refresh. Do you have any shining examples of Drupal in action that you would like to see listed there? I plan to take your feedback here and work with the Content Working Group to get the block updated with the latest and greatest. Thanks for your feedback. Please comment before October 31.

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List of Sites in Drupal

ginmonty's picture

Hello,

I work for Blink Reaction and I have a list of awesome sites that we worked on that were built in Drupal:

MTA
http://www.mta.info/

9/11 Memorial
http://www.911memorial.org/

A series for Emmis Communication:
Power 106 FM
http://www.power106.com/

101X
http://www.101x.com/

FM News Talk
http://www.971talk.com/

Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School
http://wws.princeton.edu/

Please let me know if I can provide any additional information on these.

Thanks,

Gina Montoya
gina.montoya@blinkreaction.com

UK based examples

pdjohnson's picture

Hi Liz,

Great idea! It would be nice to see more non USA sites mentioned on D.O.

British Council EAL (English as an additional language)
A digital resource library of learning and teaching materials for EAL students and teachers. With over 1M people in the UK having English as an additional language this web site provides vital help in new migrants integrating into society. It has a mobile first and accessibility imperative. The British Council is a UK government public sector body
https://eal.britishcouncil.org

Gatwick Obviously
Official campaign website by Gatwick airport to support tendering of the proposed additional runway for London. Drupal was chosen due to the ability to support rapid iterations, scalability (high traffic due to media interest) and the responsive approach.
http://www.gatwickobviously.com

Paul Johnson

http://www.twitter.com/pdjohnson
Global Social Media Lead for DrupalCon

More

pdjohnson's picture

How about ...

RNIB http://www.rnib.org.uk
Mayor of London https://www.london.gov.uk
Oxfam http://www.oxfam.org/en/grow
Eurostar http://www.eurostar.com
Parkinsons Charity http://www.parkinsons.org.uk
Peugeot http://www.offers.peugeot.co.uk
Cancer Research http://www.cancerresearchuk.org

Some nice examples amongst these.

Regards,

Paul

Paul Johnson

http://www.twitter.com/pdjohnson
Global Social Media Lead for DrupalCon

even more

jojototh's picture

Lush is a massive & impressive site on Drupal: http://lush.co.uk

twitter: @jojototh
drupal.org user: mogdesign
CEO http://mogdesign.eu

Gatwick...obviously

lizzjoy's picture

Thank you for the feedback. I love that Gatwick Airport is a Drupal site. When I landed there and saw that slogan, I had to take a photo of it. Obviously!

Governments

kattekrab's picture

Perhaps a Governments heading?

Lots of governments around the world are using Drupal - from National governments, to local governments, and all kinds of government agencies and programs.

https://groups.drupal.org/government-sites

https://groups.drupal.org/node/24119

Donna Benjamin
Board Member Drupal Association
@kattekrab