McDonald's using Drupal

The website of McDonald's Australia is using Drupal. I'm lovin' it!
McDonald's Australia

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chrispomeroy (not verified):

Having never seen a McDonald's outside of USA and parts of Europe, I recently visited Australia and found the McDonald's there very interesting. "McCafe", an elite hamburger cafe! I even thought about eating there in the airport (but didn't)!

McDonald's is master at continuing to rebrand and reinvent themselves.

August 17, 2010
Arancaytar (not verified):

It is great to hear about more big names using Drupal, but this particular site design isn't so stunning. It's a typical brochure, heavy on graphics and low on text, interactivity or accessible navigation.

They could have done this much without Drupal, and far more than this with Drupal. ;)

August 17, 2010
Tekno (not verified):

The design of this web site, different from other sites created by Drupal. Good work.

August 17, 2010
Sebastian (not verified):

Actually, they have those McCafes in Europe as well. My impression is, that they're mainly mushrooming around the motorways.

August 17, 2010
Rich (not verified):

That McDonalds site is simply awful.

August 20, 2010
Anonymous (not verified):

Had a little poke around the website source code. It's a shame they haven't used any CSS/JS aggregation and minification.

Also, putting scripts below body content is a good idea too.

Otherwise, very flashy (sorry...) site.

August 23, 2010
Nicolas Chevallier (not verified):

I agree with Arancaytar, why they use Drupal? It's just a simple website with beautiful design. They didn't use half of Drupal features ...

September 5, 2010
Gilles Bailleux (not verified):

Quick (No. 1 in fast food in Belgium and Luxembourg and No. 2 in France) also switched to Drupal: http://group.quick.be

January 24, 2011

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