I sure have been busy with websites lately. We recently launched a campaign-specific site in conjunction with National Capital Bank’s Move to NCB campaign, and we’re currently working on a homepage and full website refresh for them as well. We’re also in the midst of creating a site for a cleanroom construction firm, an Intranet for a community bank in Louisa, a new site for a local printing/mailing house, and we’re working with the Chamber to create a site for The Capital Region Collaborative, a cooperative effort to enhance the Richmond Region.

With this work, we’ve noticed a trend that more and more clients have the desire to control and update their websites as needed in-house. So we’ve been learning a lot about content management systems and how our clients can use them, and have been integrating them into many of the sites we’re working on. English to Xhosa dictionary We’ve learned that WordPress, Drupal, Expression Engine and Joomla are the favorites among programmers. We welcome the opportunity to learn more about how content management systems can be used to make our clients’ lives easier, so if you like programming with these systems, let’s talk!