This project consisted of migrating and editing the existing website and content. Multiple staff members were involved in that content migration and editing. Here are some of the highlights & features:
- Drupal 8
- Open Y Carnation Theme
- Fully Responsive (Mobile-Friendly)
- Custom HTML / CSS Styling
- Program Registration (Daxko Integration)
- Online Membership (Daxko Integration)
- Group Exercise Schedules (Daxko Integration)
- Giving / Donations (Daxko Integration)
- Custom Webforms for Members (Private Swim Lessons, Referral Forms, etc)
- Google Analytics
- Google Ads Campaigns & Conversion Tracking *
- Facebook Ads Integration
- Google Cloud Hosting
- Mailgun Email Notifications
This was a huge decision to not only upgrade their website, but to move it to a growing platform & community. Remember, websites get old. Spending money to upgrade every few years can get expensive. This move now enables the YMCA of South Palm Beach to keep their website updated through an Open Source community and developer partners. This is a huge advantage they now have with the new website … scalability.
Thank you to the team at YMCA of South Palm Beach County for being a seriously great team to work with. We learned a lot together and they worked very hard on all of their content building. They asked great questions and were open to best practices, as well as bringing their own ideas and recommendations to the process, which only makes for a better experience. I’m excited for the possibilities and future of this platform, and working with a team that is motivated to make the entire movement better.
*I’m particularly excited to work with the team here to build out their Google Ads campaigns, utilizing the Google Grants program for non-profits online. This is the kind of work that steps “beyond on the basics” into the real optimization that makes website not only look good, but perform well. This work with Google Ads will be valuable to the entire movement, and I’m excited to work with a team willing to help pioneer a lot of the ground work together.