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CMS: Making Your Workflow Flow

Content creation and management guru Sara Wachter-Boettcher, author of Content Everywhere, has prescribed a course of action to manage expectations, authors,and workflows through the use of an integrated content management system.

Today's Obsession: Tools Roundup

Bunch of handy-dandy tools for building sites today which I’ve been sent over the past week. First is GridCalc, which is great for the dyscalculaics in the audience: give it a total width, column minimum and maximum width, and gutter minimum and maximum width and it will spit out the out the possible combinations...

Today's Obsession: No-Code Sites

A few days ago, we looked at a nifty low-maintenance, easy-install content management system called Stacey. Well, yesterday, the app became a lot more appealing to me with this demo which popped up in my Twitter feed: a website run using a combination of Stacey, Dropbox, and Hazel. Dropbox is one of my favorite...

Today's Obsession: Stacey

With more and more of us branching out onto the web on our own, it’s a great thing to constantly find tools to build our portfolio sites quickly and easily. Stacey’s an app just for that: a CMS that’s lightweight, easy to install and easy to run. You drop it onto your server, no...

Today's Obsession: Web Type for CMSes

If you’re developing sites in WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla for your clientele to edit after you’re done, you now have another tool in your arsenal. Monotype’s fonts.com now has a WordPress plugin for you to download and hook up to your account at webfonts.fonts.com and allow your client to style their own content using...