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How we came to love Wagtail at Berkeley

When developers at University of California, Berkeley went looking for a Drupal replacement, they found Wagtail and fell in love with it. Here's why.

Matthew Newton

Matthew Newton

Principal Web Applications Developer, University Development & Alumni Relations

Why these organisations love Wagtail

After conducting quite a bit of research and demo-ing different systems, we ultimately decided that Wagtail was the best fit for our team. [...] Unlike other CMS platforms, Wagtail gave us an immediate first impression that it was a CMS designed with editors in mind.

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Nicolas Leung, M+ Museum

It’s so much faster that we’re able to get stuff out there, see if it works, see if it’s worth investing in and if it is then it’s making money for us straight away. Security is key for peace of mind as well. I have no worries with Wagtail, whereas with any given Wordpress site there are at least 20 different plug-ins that could suddenly become de-supported or a security problem.

Tim White

Tim White, The Motley Fool

It has now been almost six months since we migrated to Wagtail, and in that time we have launched a new homepage design, two new campaigns focused on student achievement and a new academic program selector application—a feat that would have been impossible to do had we still been using WordPress.

Aimee Maroney

Aimee Maroney, Syracuse University

We moved from a stack that frequently made our jobs harder, to one that, four years on, we are still excited about. Wagtail empowers us to craft beautiful, responsive, accessible websites that are a breeze for content workers to administer and painless for developers to maintain. At Berkeley, we’ve found Wagtail to be a technology that’s quite easy to love.

Matthew Newton

Matthew Newton, University of California, Berkeley