This neighborhood association had previously been using Weebly for its website. However, the site left a lot of human interaction necessary to operate efficiently, as no custom functionality was available. Additionally, the site had no events listings, nor was a blog functionality set up.
The organization had an outdated website platform that was difficult for volunteers and board members to update. They wanted a complete rebuild that would make updating and adding information easier, and the ability to store posts on the same site, rather than a separate WordPress.com site.