We develop. You manage.
Content management systems are systems which allow your business to function smoothly and in an organized manner. This includes such important aspects as:
- Data access, storage and retrieval by multiple users or admins
- Data reduplication reduction
- Easier report writing and generation
- Communication between users
- Ecommerce: posting and publishing product and articles
We listen. You talk.
HyperDo will first discuss your business plans with you so that we know exactly how you want your online business to function. This also tells us how the interface can be best designed according to your experience, needs and preferences.
We design. You control.
- Linux, an operating system
- Apache HTTP Server
- MySQL, a database software
We’ll be with you every step of the way, guiding you through these various content management systems. In the end, you receive complete control of the server and your website. You will control what goes on and what comes off, what gets updated and what stays original.
HyperDo will see that the process is smooth and that you are in complete control of the results. Our development team is personable and fully experienced. We will see that you get the website you want and the business you need.
Easy. The way Content Management Systems should be.
The Minnesota Catholic Conference of Bishops wanted a site with molecular control of widgetized areas and absolute content management.
HyperDo created a dynamic site based on WP categories and widgets Articles and media resources (such as audio and video) were categorized on the pages in “buckets”, and the Marriage Matters blog, which uses opinion pieces to drive traffic to the site, was integrated into the new layout. This dynamically tightened readability, content control and navigation into a single function. Plus, the graphic design is flush with the CMS, creating a stunning site that feels great to use. Looking good has never been so easy.
The result is a crisper, more interactive site that is appealing to viewers, and easily updated by MNCC.