I know many of you may have heard the word “CMS or Content Management System”, but how many of you really know what it is? “A content management system (CMS) is a computer application that supports the creation and modification of digital content using a simple interface to abstract away low-level details unless required, usually supporting multiple users working in a collaborative environment.” Credits to Wikipedia for the definition. In our own words, a content management system is a program or application that takes all of the files that the code is located in and organizes it for you in a much easier to understand format giving people whom do not really have the code expertise an opportunity to design their own website or simply begin learning how to design and develop with code. Content management systems are huge tools to designers everywhere because when given the right circumstances it can really cut the cost and time necessary in order to complete a project that would otherwise require more time to work on it and financial backing. There is a very wide variety of CMSs out there today including but not limited to WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, ExpressionEngine, TextPattern, Radiant CMS and Cushy CMS.
CMS Design Experts
We at Neon Panda are experts when designing and/or developing with CMSs, not only that but it just so happens to be really fun when designing with a CMS. We have helped hundreds of business owners in creating works of art through various different CMSs. The vast majority of the internet today uses different CMSs and we see why. These powerful website design and development tools aren’t only good for creating the site but it also makes it super easy to maintain your website on your own as the client if you choose to go that route. The final products of a Content Management System is no different from a hand coded website due to the fact that the CMSs Neon Panda uses are open source which means we still have full control over the design and development, so that means that just because you go with a CMS design doesn’t mean that your final product has to suffer in any way. At the end of the day you will still have a high quality fully functional and eye catching website that expresses precisely what you need it to.