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  • Content management Systems are at a dead end

    Content management systems are at a dead end

    Yep, you read it well. Strictly speaking traditional Content Management Systems are at a dead end. Approximately 20 years ago we started building websites with systems like HotMetalPro, Frontpage and Dreamweaver. Then the first content management systems arrived. For example TYPO3 was launched in 1998, Drupal in 2001 and WordPress in 2003. And off course also the […]

  • Responsive web design example

    Responsive web design is nearing its expiry date

    This is our second article in our series about the ‘end’ of Responsive Web Design. Also read our first article ‘Responsive Design is a poor man’s Content Strategy’. Responsive web design is almost magical – the appearance of a site automatically transforms when you look on it on different devices and/or screen orientations. It looks […]

  • TYPO3 Neos or TYPO3 CMS

    Short overview TYPO3 Neos versus TYPO3 CMS TYPO3 CMS is an Enterprise Content Management System which was first launched in 1999. In the Netherlands, this CMS is widely used by educational, broadcasting, governmental and enterprise level organisations and businesses. It has a large amount of expansion options, and already out-of-the-box it is a ready-made ​​solution. […]

  • Responsive Design is a poor man's content strategy

    Responsive Design is a poor man’s Content Strategy

    If  your new website is not suitable for mobile devices, you’re missing a lot of possible customers. So what happens, all of the internet is flooded with websites that are responsive. Most built according to the bootstrap concept / framework. And yes, it is awfully nice to see that the website adapts to the device […]