13 Inspiring Drupal-Based Websites

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Drupal is a CMS that is loved by most developers. And, much to the surprise of most of us, Drupal has been becoming a favorite of users as well. After all, the CMS is on the quest to become the fairest most user-friendly of them all. While Drupal 7 has made many usability updates of late, Drupal 8, as founder Dries Buytaert promises, will be a game-changer for the CMS as far as the usability problems are concerned.

Let’s face it: We all love Drupal for some reason or the other. Some of us like WordPress or Joomla more, and others have made Drupal their passion. Drupal, as we all know, has carved many feats to date and has a history of powering even the largest of websites smoothly – websites like whitehouse.gov spring to mind right now.

Here, we’ll showcase some of the best Drupal websites of all time, for your inspiration.

1. us.wwe.com


2. www.mtv.co.uk


3. research.yahoo.com


4. jenniferlopez.com


5. www.avrillavigne.com


6. www.ubuntu.com


7. www.whitehouse.gov


8. www.weforum.org


9. www.examiner.com


10. www.netmagazine.com


11. ed.stanford.edu


12. www.michaeljackson.com


13. www.mittromney.com


This is not it. Drupal has much more to inspire us – and that’s why 2.2% percent (which means millions and millions) of all websites run on it.

DrupalJungle is a Drupal consultancy and solution firm that helps businesses develop blogs, ecommerce sites, mobile-ready sites and much more. It helps clients convert PSD to Drupal as well and has today become a name to reckon with as a custom Drupal development company.

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Andrew Johnson

Andrew Johnson is founder of BestPSDtoHTML. He loves creative designs, photography, paintings and everything about innovation. As an Internet entrepreneur, he constantly tries to develop new ways to bring content faster and closer to the end users in a more streamlined way. His main focus lies in inspiring all the designers and developers with all new ideas through his blogs.

2 CommentsLeave a comment

  • A CMS makes site innovation easy. After hearing about Drupal and getting a thorough know how on the topic, I decided to go ahead and create a site using the templates of this one rather than sticking to the normal WordPress.

  • Working over WordPress for over 5 years had saturated me to the brim. Great insight is provided for new seekers to establish a relation with Drupal. This write-up has changed my views.
    Thanks buddy!!


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