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Habitat for Humanity's Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 Migration [Webinar Recap]

by Tara Arnold
October 18, 2018

Habitat for Humanity logo and Drupal 8 website homepage on mobile, desktop screens

After building homes for 13 million people, Habitat for Humanity knows the importance of a stable foundation. That same principle also applies to their website. 

The relaunch of on Drupal 8 paved the way for a new brand platform. A 20% increase in donations and 45% uptick in organic traffic on the new site helps to further their mission. To get there, Habitat teamed with Mediacurrent to extend their internal team, leveraging our expertise with Drupal 8 migrations.

Habitat Expands Their Online Presence with Drupal 8

In our recent webinar, we were joined by Habitat's IT team for an inside look at how the international nonprofit Drupal as a platform. 

If a Drupal migration is in your near future, or if you're evaluating CMS options, this webinar is for you!

What you'll learn:

  • Habitat's challenges and goals before their migration to Drupal 8
  • Why Habitat selected Drupal 8
  • Tips to prepare for your next Drupal migration project

Plus, we take a look inside the site build:

  • How a streamlined editorial approval workflow allows the Habitat content team to publish content faster, with flexible Paragraphs-based page layouts.
  • How a component library using KSS Node was used to theme site components for site wide updates
  • Performance, SEO, and other results that are central to the organization's mission to increase donations, broaden international reach, and build an engaging mobile experience.

Catch Up on the Drupal 8 Migration Webinar 

Watch the webinar recording below or check out the presentation deck on Slideshare.  


Meet team member, Tara Arnold

In her role as Senior Marketing Content Strategist, Tara drives the creation of resources to promote Mediacurrent as a thought leader in the technology space. She thrives on the small business imperative to work smart through strategic marketing automation, digital marketing, and creative brand building.

Prior to joining Mediacurrent, Tara spent five years sharpening her inbound marketing skills in the higher education technology and publishing industries. Her specialties include inbound marketing, event marketing, webinars, blogging, and marketing automation. She holds a BA in Communications (Public Relations focus) and minored in creative writing.

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