Drupal is just one example of a Content Management System (CMS) we would use as the starting point for designing and creating your website.

It’s powerful, flexible and can be used as the framework for all sites ranging from a simple information portal for small businesses to complex, feature-rich websites with multi-functionality for large organisations.

About Drupal

So what exactly is Drupal? Drupal is open source, content management software which forms the basis for many websites you’ll use every day.

Various types of organisations ranging from schools and not-for-profit companies to governments have websites built on a Drupal back-end framework. Its high level functionality allows fresh content to be updated quickly and easily as well as offering an excellent end-user experience.     

Drupal Strengths

Its strength lies in being open source content management software.

In other words it’s controlled by a community rather than one company therefore less likely to be superseded by a more expensive model in a short period of time. Instead, community developers continue to create modules which can be added to the existing Drupal Core. This allows updates and modifications to your existing Drupal website as and when required.  

Why Basestation Develop in Drupal

Drupal provides the perfect web application framework when designing websites for both medium and large enterprises.

It’s powerful, secure, reliable, and provides an easy way to regularly update content. Drupal is also flexible. Its modular capability means we can create a dynamic and responsive website aimed specifically towards your target audience.

Drupal Applications

Drupal’s flexibility means it can form the base structure for a vast number of applications.

For example we used Drupal to create the website for Whisky Auctioneer. An auction website needs quick response levels and a particularly high level of usability bearing in mind the instant nature of any updates. Drupal formed a key role in helping our client’s business to get off to a flying start. Another example is the NESCol website which was built on a Drupal framework. Again the flexibility of Drupal played a key role in forming a website with various elements of functionality designed for a wide range of users.