So you want to be a web designer? Well not really a web designer in every sense of the words web or designer, but you have contemplated it. Basically you’re thinking, “It would be awesome if I could add, edit, and delete content on my website when I wanted to.” You have stumbled upon what us web designers use, a content management system (CMS). Fortunately for you a CMS delivers the capabilities you’re searching for, and delivers them in an easy to understand format. You are done waiting for your website designers to post the content you spent hours writing. We live in a do-it-yourself world, so why shouldn’t your website be the same? Websites of the 21st century require updates. They don’t just require them, they demand them. Visitor’s interests to your website stem from new content and something different for them to see each time they come back. Not only website visitors, but search engines require the same attention. Depending on your overall website and its functionality, we would point you to either Drupal or Expression Engine. Both Drupal and Expression Engine provide high quality frameworks for up and coming web designers. Even this website is mainted by using Expression Engine! Luckily for you and your business, if you need more custom functionality built into your CMS platform, Ameronix is fully capable of developing custom modules for Drupal to enhance the base installation. For example, say you need to sell access to exclusive online literature, but did not require a large ecommerce system that would just complicate the process; Ameronix is capable of developing a custom module to your specifications. This would allow your website to reflect your business instead of forcing your business to work like the website. If you are ready to be independent and keep your website alive with fresh content, please don’t hesitate to let Ameronix realize your potential. Get in touch with us and talk to a developer today. No hoops to jump through, just dial 877.AMERONIX. We will talk to you without a contract. We even discuss prices over the phone. Now how many web designers do that?