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Confusing UX: The new Royal Family website reviewed

My editor pointed out that this article might just be treason.

Low-level treason, but treason nonetheless.

Well, now you know the lengths to which I will go to champion good UX.

Here are some things to note about the new Royal Family website, a place of great content and slightly confusing user journeys.

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Is it time to trade your CMS for a static website generator?

Thanks in large part to WordPress, one of the world's most popular open-source applications, the use of content management systems has exploded.

This has been a positive trend, enabling companies to cost-effectively build and maintain dynamic, content-rich websites that are easily updated by non-technical staff.

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Drupal: is an open-source star on the edge?

For some, Drupal is a powerful content management system; for others, it's a development framework.

With more than 2m downloads and high-profile users like MTV UK, Estee Lauder, Fox News, and The Economist, however, there's no disputing the fact that Drupal is a great example of a successful open source project.

But all may not be well in the Drupal community.

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WordPress 3.0: proof open source kicks butt

WordPress is one of the most popular open-source content management systems in use on the internet. But despite WordPress' popularity, one knock against it has been the fact that it's always been more a  'blogging engine' than 'true' CMS.

Yesterday, WordPress took a big step toward achieving 'true' CMS status with the release of WordPress 3.0. That's thanks to several of the new features it contains.

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Content management: putting it all together

If you made a list of all the essential tools in an online business' toolkit, what would be on it?

Chances are you'd include content management, analytics and multivariate testing.

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What software should you use for your blog?

The Technorati Top 100 consists of the internet's 100 most popular blogs as measured, of course, by Technorati. The blogs on the Top 100 list cover topics from technology to politics to celebrities.

But while the topics covered by the internet's most popular blogs may be diverse, the software that is used to run them isn't.

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