The Galecia Group is a library technology consulting firm that I've been working with as a web developer since late 2009. After working on various web projects for the open source library community (LibraryFiltering.org, OpenSource.califa.org, rscel.org), we finally created and launched a new Drupal-based website for the firm itself this week. The site owner had very specific requirements for design, architecture, and functionality - which required a decent amount of Drupal customization.
The old Galecia.com website was a Wordpress-based blog created in the late '00s. Wordpress categorization features were used to separate content into blog entries, resource posts, client portfolio entries, links, etc. The main reasons that the site owner cited for the overhaul were 1) to implement an aesthetic refresh, 2) improve information architecture, and 3) offer improved content management features.