Considering a CMS for Web Design

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Web designers—whether freelance or working within an organization—appreciate simple and flexible technology that can be customized and updated quickly to suit the evolving needs of their client or company.

 

Content management systems (CMSs) come with many benefits, such as allowing non-technical users to change the design easily without reliance on developers.

Additionally, CMSs are a current technology, meaning many are responsive, mobile-friendly, optimized for search engines, and up-to-date.

So, how do you choose the right one for your needs?

This course compares different hosted CMS services available today.

A CMS design process is discussed to illustrate how to handle unique challenges that can occur depending on the selection you make.

Tips both specific to hosted CMSs and for design in general are presented.

These tips range from picking the right template and optimizing the images you choose, to choosing compelling imagery.

 

Contents

00-Introduction    
01-Welcome    
02-What you will learn    

01-Considering CMS Systems for Web Design    
01-What is a CMS    
02-Why use a CMS    
03-Hosted vs. non-hosted CMS    
04-Benefits of a hosted CMS    
05-Potential limitations of a hosted CMS    
06-What to look for in a hosted CMS    
07-Popular hosted CMSs    
08-General hosted CMS design process    
09-Design tips   

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Additional Info

  • Skill Level: Beginner
  • Author: Brian Wood
  • Released: Wednesday, 29 March 2017
  • Duration (mm): 55
  • Porvider: Lynda
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