To quote the words of a younger Bill Gates, “If your business is not on the internet, then your business will be out of business.” And how exactly do you put your business on the internet? Through the use of a website. Customer behavior tends to dictate the shape of a business or the industry. And currently, customers are continuously making use of modern communication technology to search for services and products. Your business needs to stay abreast of changes in the game, otherwise, you will be losing out to your competitors.
More and more people are relying on the internet for information. And as a result, content is being published in huge volumes daily. That content/information must be collected, managed, and published in a manner that is easily accessible by computers and other smart devices. This is known as content management.
When it comes to content management software, two particular options stand at the helm, Webflow, and WordPress. It is a debate that has been created a lot of back and forth. Well, this article seeks to bring an end to it once and for all. After, you can make an informed choice between the two.
As the name suggests user-friendliness refers to the ease in which a user makes use of your website. The user easily accesses and navigates through your content. It is a smooth operation that enhances their experience and hopefully will make them return on a different day.
In this article, we seek to debug the issue of a user-friendly website. Together, we will unpack the various characteristics to be considered by any website developer, whether beginner or seasoned.