Discover the advantages of 4 WordPress alternatives

There can only be one WordPress, it is the Worlds favorite free CMS system by far. It’s versatile, super-friendly and incredibly easy to set up.

WordPress has many fans. Some of its users adore the system and its popularity has spawned endless information instructing even the least technically savvy how to make the most of their website. Some users, however, find the platform frustrating and find themselves forever battling with incompatible plugins and badly coded adding in an effort to bend WordPress far beyond the blogging platform it was originally intended to be.

So what alternatives are there available to these users. For example, could switching to a purpose-driven CMS help to solve their problems making tasks like running an online shop easier?

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Give your WordPress clients a site they will struggle to break

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When I launch a WordPress website I like to do so with a theme that handles as many design decisions as possible so my client does not need to give thought to styling content during future updates.

When a client is updating their website they will want to stick to the styling that they paid a lot of money to achieve at the launch of the project and do this as quickly as possible. When the client has fewer decisions to make they are presented with very narrow and very specific content blanks that guide them through the process.

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Rapid interactive prototyping, a web design trend that can improve your designs

By making time for Rapid interactive prototyping in your web design process you can improve the user experience of your designs, you can improve your communication with your clients and you can save time and money.

The method of designing an interactive prototype is gaining popularity and with tools available like Adobe XD and Usability Hub, the trend is set to continue.

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