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Have you lost your 'Head' yet? Build how you want with Headless CMS

Jason Tesser | 09.24.2017

Businesses with complex web environments are rethinking their approach to content management to better support their operations. Many businesses are managing thousands or even mill...

Smoothing Out the Rocky Road to Personalization - Part 3: Personalization in dotCMS

John Michael Thomas | 09.13.2017

The third and final post of our three-part series demonstrates how dotCMS personalization features implement some of the most challenging personalization features and provide a ver...

Smoothing Out the Rocky Road to Personalization - Part 2: Implementing Personalization

John Michael Thomas | 08.29.2017

The second post of our three-part series discusses some important considerations when implementing personalization, including both common types of personalization and some of the c...

Smoothing Out the Rocky Road to Personalization - Part 1

John Michael Thomas | 08.23.2017

Personalization has the potential to significantly improve your site; however, there are many different ways to implement personalization, all of which have impacts on both the use...

Tackling a Software Redesign: Launching dotCMS’s New UI

Jason Smith | 03.27.2017

For the redesign of dotCMS, we knew we’d need to use a phased approach that would allow us to build the design, without impacting the functionality that our customers need. Since, ...

Today's Customers are Mobile-First, Your Strategy Should Be Too

Alexandra Barcelona | 03.07.2017

How can brands actually go mobile-first without uprooting their entire digital strategy? Our client, 3C Interactive, shows how using dotCMS for its extensibility and flexibility ma...

The Resurgence of Static

Alexandra Barcelona | 02.14.2017

Speed, scalability, and security has made static sites a refreshing choice for developers who have been bogged down with the complexity of dynamic sites.

Structured Content is King

Alexandra Barcelona | 11.08.2016

We’ve all heard it, at least 100 times before: Content is King. While that may have been true a few years ago, there is a slight tweak that now needs to be made to that statement: ...

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