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Our brand wowed 2,300 people

We were selected by the Drupal Association through a competitive tender process to take responsibility for the complete branding and web development for DrupalCon Amsterdam. With the eyes of the Drupal community on us, we needed to ensure that the project exemplified Drupal best practices and effectively supported one of the biggest events in the Drupal calendar. 

 

Drupalcon Amsterdam website

We were very impressed with the designs CTI produced for the project. Considering that we worked remotely throughout the entire project, they fully understood the brief and translated our ideas through to a unique final design which truly captured the essence of Amsterdam.
Holly Ross, Executive Director of The Drupal Association

2,300

people attended

2,300 people attended the conference.

1,200

stroopwafels

1,200 stroppwafels were consumed.

142,000

page views 

the site handled 142,000 pageviews over the week.

5

minutes

5 minutes - average time spent on website.

Key Processes

Major event

DrupalCon is a major date in the Drupal community calendar, attracting delegates from around the world.

Full branding and design

The branding was used across all materials at the event, including banners, posters, t-shirts signage and the event website.

Responsive website

We took a mobile first approach to the website which was designed using Drupal 7, to ensure that it would provide an optimal experience for those accessing the site whilst at DrupalCon.

Trusted partner

This was the second DrupalCon event that we worked on in 2014, after previously completing the branding and website development for DrupalCon Austin.

Integral role

The site was built to support all activity around the event including ticket sales, session proposals and general marketing and was fully branded with our unique design.


The results

DrupalCon Amsterdam website

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