Tag Archives: CMS
The first resolution from my PDF guide, New Year’s Resolutions for Your Website, is Get the newest CMS. In this video, I explain why you need to keep your content management system up to date. Specifically, I cover Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla. All three are… Continue reading
Motionbuzz is proud to announce the launch of pathlabs.ufl.edu—the new website for University of Florida Pathology Laboratories (UF PathLabs). Headquartered in Gainesville, Florida, UF PathLabs has been offering pathology services, testing, pathology second opinion services and autopsies for more than 20 years. The purpose of… Continue reading
We recently used open source content management systems for two education websites. For Georgia Tech School of Aerospace Engineering, we used Drupal, and for Melbourne Central Catholic High School, we used Joomla. The first site, for Georgia Tech School of Aerospace Engineering, was designed by… Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the recent launch of SnoopYFL.net, the official website of Snoop Dogg’s Snoop Youth Football League. Our involvement with SYFL dates back to 2004 when we were contracted by their previous web development firm to work on some Flash animation for… Continue reading
I’m happy to see the government is trying to save us money and give some transparency by using Drupal — a free open source CMS—for recovery.gov. Read more at Dries Buytaert’s blog (the founder of Drupal).
During the past few months, I’ve consulted several small companies who have left or are trying to leave their current web design company. I call them dot-refugees, and I’m always interested in finding out why they parted ways with their previous agency. They’ll talk, and… Continue reading