UnitingCare Community have been using Drupal since they were known as Lifeline. Their website was created in Drupal 6 and was designed in-house before responsive design was considered a necessity.

Therefore UnitingCare Community were looking for a new website - one that would meet their internal needs, their clients needs and a closer alignment to the branding of UnitingCare Queensland.

The new website needed to

  • be responsive, meet WCAG 2.0 standards and corporate branding requirements
  • to interface with third-party tools and social media
  • provide extensive permissions and content approval processes
  • embrace the use of geo-locations and mapping
  • be updated via import files
  • allow community members to submit feedback and events for publication
  • be easily updated by members of the organisation
  • have re-usable images and document
  • manage┬áprograms, events and news
  • inform visitors about services, locations of donation bins, Lifeline shops and Rag Sales
  • provide simple group of offices within geographical areas