GORGES does not have any intrinsic preference between, Drupal and WordPress. We can and will provide either and there surely are more choices yet, but several recent clients have posed the Drupal versus WordPress question. We think the choice needs to be based in the technology and user experience.
Wanting to be as unbiased as possible, I have researched online several times and offer these two third-party views:
This first article is dated and tries to be unbiased, and I think it succeeds. The points made are still true today.
Here’s the experience of someone who “loves” WordPress (the language needs editing)
The Drupal community is on a difficult track. Fortunately, it is a large and skillful developer community, including GORGES. Drupal is a machine for making interactive websites – newspapers, magazines, large corporate websites, online stores. In the spectrum of technology, Drupal picks up where WordPress leaves off, and takes us toward framework-based web applications.
The differences between WordPress and Drupal are finally differences in capability. What interactive features does your website need now and how likely are you to want significant visitor interaction in the future? Is the site to be a one-time undertaking, or is it likely to grow thought time? If you see no issues in these questions, WordPress might be just right.