Defensive Design for the Web: How To Improve Error Messages, Help, Forms, and Other Crisis Points
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Most every Web presence design/redesign I get involved with these days has a content management component. Long gone are the days of calling your Web Design firm to update your news page or product descriptions. Here’s a nice variety of CMS I’ve recently applied on projects:
ASP/PHP & On-line forms (PDF) -most often a custom development job works best: more streamlined and frequently just as fast to set up as a “in the box” solution.
WebGUI by Plainblack -if you want to go with an open source solution WebGui is a good bet.
Macromedia Contirbute -features one of the best UIs for CMS, but…
Quicksilver Quickflex -an ASP solution that drops edit buttons in areas where authorized users may edit content.