When should you start thinking about a CMS while designing a website? Probably around the same time that I noticed the numbers in the above image were the same as today’s date, long after the shot was taken. Most designers think about a CMS long before they start doing any work on the site itself. That’s inefficient. CMS should be allowed to be an afterthought.
One of the reasons Konductor exists is because of these frustrating workflows. Designers design websites because the web is open to whatever designs you want to create—so why treat your workflow any differently?
Sites managed with Konductor are built using native Dreamweaver templates, and Dreamweaver templates are essentially glorified HTML pages. If you can build an HTML page, then you can build a site on Konductor. Doing things this way means you can add the CMS at step one of designing, or long after the site has already been live on the web.
If you’re looking for a rigid and overly structured CMS that tells you how your sites should be built and designed, then Konductor’s not for you. If you’re looking for a CMS that will work with your style of designing, then we can help; we’ve thought about this a lot.
This isn’t a sales pitch per say, it’s just a question that we get asked a lot. You literally get that much freedom!