In 2017, a national nonprofit focusing on social justice and environmental sustainability embarked on a 18-month process to convert three different platforms into one consolidated website.
As director of digital products during this conversion, I'll share lessons learned from the buildout including: the RFP and vendor selection process, an assessment of our user roles and permissions, the content structure, and a review of integrations with external systems.
We'll discuss additional considerations for how to hold space for multiple viewpoints, as well as how to implement a respectful, open, and transparent process for all stakeholders.
Details of the case study are here: http://bit.ly/enviro-nonprofit-drupal
Link to slides: http://bit.ly/drupal-case-study
Technical Project Manager at Lullabot
Monica S. Flores facilitates the development of digital products as a technical project manager, on staff at Lullabot. Since 2004, she has supported US & global organizations on how to connect with their online communities, make sales, & share information for projects in e-commerce, national/global community-building, and customer engagement. Flores has built 200+ websites, and she is a proponent of using technology to solve problems, bring people together, and build effective change-making teams. She received the 2018 and 2019 NTENny Award for non-profit technology providers, for those "who have gone above and beyond in their commitment to our sector, driving our community forward and tirelessly working for excellence."