Our friends at NGS Associates designed the updated look and information architecture of the new Acsis Inc. website, while we consulted on technology and took care of the development phase. After reviewing the goals of Acsis Inc., we recommended WordPress as being an excellent fit for their needs, although it was an edge case scenario: Drupal(…)
Custom Content Type
As of version 2.8, WordPress graduated from being a really robust blogging platform that people had hacked for content management use into a full fledged CMS with the introduction of custom content types and taxonomies as part of the basic software. Drupal, on the other hand, had custom content types as a part of the “core” platform for years. The creation of custom content types in either platform requires a designer to understand the structure of, and relationships between, your various content types and taxonomies. Really it’s what separates the pros from the amateurs in CMS development.