Content Management

Content drives the information age—but how will you keep it all sorted?


WordPress is the most popular content management platform on the web. With tons of themes and plugins, it’s one of the quickest ways to create a new self-hosted website. While the number of options can seem overwhelming, an experienced developer can cut through the noise and help you find what you need.

Because of its popularity, WordPress is a favorite target for hacking and web-based malware. But if you follow best practices and keep the software up-to-date, a well-crafted WordPress site can serve your organization well for years.


While not as popular as WordPress, Joomla has a committed user base and an extensible framework. That means you’ll find good support and a fair selection of extensions and templates to help speed development. However, Joomla’s market share has been trending downward in recent years, which could spell trouble for future support.

If your organization needs multi-language support or more advanced permissions management than WordPress can provide, Joomla could be a good choice.


Jamstack is the fastest-growing architecture on the modern web.

Jamstack isn’t a particular piece of software, but an alternative architecture to the traditional LAMP (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP) software stack that’s driven the web for the past two decades. The jam in Jamstack stands for JavaScript, APIs, and Markup. Because they serve pre-rendered, flat HTML files instead of using server-side scripts and database calls to render pages on-demand, Jamstack sites are fast and secure.

With the rise of the mobile web, site speed and security are more critical than ever, and Jamstack represents the absolute best way to achieve those goals.

If you’re interested in modernizing your web presence with Jamstack, we have experts that can help make it happen.