The overwhelming task of doing web design from the ground up has been reduced to choosing a CMS, a theme genre and a theme design best representing your company.
There is more to choosing the web design that appeals to your needs. Cyber Teknic helps you decide what content management system is best for your small to mid-size business. Drupal and WordPress are excellent content management systems but each serve different purposes.
For example, suppose your a small business owner who wants an informative web site describing services offered. The content will, for the most part, stay the same. As a small business owner, you want those who are out in their car looking for your services to be able to find you but also see your web site on their mobile device. A responsive WordPress web site will work well. Additionally, the small business owner will need an internet marketing campaign focusing on local search results.
A small to mid-size business who requires dynamic content has different needs in a content management system. If a small business wants to sell products and have a eCommerce web site, the question becomes on how dynamic you want products presented to the customer. For example, as the customer shops, they are clicking based on their interests in your products. You may want your retail web site to feature content based on what they've chosen to view. Arrangements of presenting your retail products becomes complex, a CMS like Drupal makes more sense. If you just want your products listed and organized by categories without any consideration of how your web site user is engaging with your content, then WordPress becomes a good choice.
Deciding what CMS is best for your business is important, but not critical when shopping for a theme. Often, a theme web design in Drupal can be found in WordPress as well. Cyber Teknic helps you in deciding what CMS is best for your needs. Before deciding what web design seems most attractive, the structure or genre of the theme is important.
Each theme, aside belonging to a type of CMS, also has a genre. Examples of genres would be a blog, retail, corporate to name a few. Each type of genre has a specific structure or organization which optimizes the web site users engagement for the information they seek. For example, a blog will have 'teasers' listed down the front page of articles written by the blogger. Teasers is a small sample of the article to entice the web site visitor to read more. A corporate genre engages the visitor with an assortment of web pages describing top management, corporate goals, community involement, careers.
CyberTeknic helps you sort through CMS themes on our web site. The themes Cyber Teknic sells are organized by content managment systems and functionality such as retail or corporate. Listed with a picture of the theme are the attributes that come with it. Examples of attributes are that the web site is responsive, has infinite scroll or the web design is retna ready. Included with the attributes is a Demo button to see the web site in action.
It doesn't necessarly end with just choosing the theme. Your web site needs customization. Your company may have a specific color scheme that matches corporate logos or set the tone that you want to express. The process of web design now begins but varying from theme to theme, settings can allow for quick changes to color, font size that used to be hard coded into the web site. Such is the power of using content management systems and themes. The web design can be done simply with a dashboard. Not that hard coding web design isn't done.