Content Management System (CMS) Articles and Editorials from our writers addressing topics near and dear to content management, web design & development.
As you may know, the reason I chose to start the CMS Awards was to help give projects around the world that may not necessarily have a huge marketing budget, an opportunity to get noticed.
My hope with the awards was that projects that won would feel energized, appreciated and that it would give them the pat on the back they deserve for all their hard work. We think everyone who develops content management systems should be given the chance to showcase it and gain recognition for their contribution to the industry. Read More →
Today we're unveiling yet another Critics' Choice Award Winner. This time, its for the Best Cloud CMS For Enterprise. When it came down to it, Acquia, Clickability and Crownpeak were slugging all it out for both for the People's Choice and the Critics' Choice award this year. All three are great products, but it goes without saying that there can only be one winner. Read More →
Let's face it, there simply is no other CMS that has even come close the the level of popularity that WordPress has managed to achieve. It's an admirable accomplishment that is well deserved. WordPress has taken what used to be complex functionality that only technical people could accomplish and dumbed it down to make things, for the most part, easier for the average user. As with most things however, it's only a matter of time before a better solution comes around. Nothing can stay on top forever so the question I will pose today is, what will it take to dethrone WordPress? Read More →
This is just a quick thank you post to all of our Movember sponsors for their generous donations. Combined, we were able to raise over $500 for cancer research!
We truly appreciate your donations. Read More →
If blogging is your profession, you need to build yourself a personal blog. A blog which you update on topics which are important to you, or perhaps on topics which you wish to write about for clients. However, not only does your blog need to look good, it also needs to work well for you when you’re typing up content, and it needs to work well for your visitors when they eventually read through it. Read More →
This is just a quick update for those waiting on the results from the Critics' Choice CMS Awards.
Myself and the other judges this year, Kaya Ismail and Barb Mosher Zinck have finished coming up with our results and are getting ready to announce the winners. Read More →
There are plenty of different options when it comes to commenting systems. For those using a CMS, there are often integrated solutions that offer commenting capabilities (such as WordPress comments for instance) but if you are looking to find the right solution for your clients and your own website, should you be using one that showcases the full engagement experience.
Today, I'm going to offer up my reasoning behind what I think is the best commenting system for your website. Read More →
Set for release in Spring 2015, The Grid is not another do-it-yourself website builder, according to its website anyway. Instead, The Grid is the first cloud-hosted platform to bring artificial intelligence into the realm of web design. The brainy algorithm that powers it enables you to simply add content like text, images, videos and products, and The Grid will just know what to do with it all. Read More →
It's competition time here on CMS Critic, and absolutely anybody can take part. How would you like the chance to get your thoughts, ideas, product, name and face in front of thousands of readers? Read More →
Since first announcing that I'll be participating in Movember last week, I've had lots of donations thanks to our amazing readers.
Today, I'm going to post a quick update of the fantastic-stache that is growing on my face at the moment. Read More →