Craft CMS’ flexible approach allows our web designers the freedom to design outstanding sites, with little limitations to their creative inputs.
Craft helps you stay on top of your sales and marketing, with little to no fuss. Craft integrates with your already in place marketing and sales platforms, easily connecting to Salesforce, Mailchimp, Hubspot, and almost everything in between.
Craft can be used for everything from an informational one page site to a fully loaded international ecommerce solution. As your business grows, your Craft website will grow with you.
Our clients rave about the intuitive backend design of Craft, and the incredibly approachable learning curve. Your site will be easy to manage, so you can stay focused on the business, and not on tech support.
Craft 3 is the latest and greatest of the Craft CMS, and it is built for reliability, customization, and ease of use. Not only is the development within Craft a web developer’s dream come true, but our clients find using Craft after their website is built to be intuitive and rich in features.
Craft CMS is built with advanced back end features, including a powerful image editor, intuitive and highly editable content structures, and a user management system that can grow with your company. This can all be maintained with their powerful live preview mode that lets you see the changes as you build them.
Nerder has plenty of experience designing and developing websites for Craft CMS. Designing and implementing into this CMS is a smooth process, and it frees up developers time to build a website that truely is wonderful to interact with, both front end and back end.
Craft is incredibly lightweight and offers excellent commercial features. Due to its flexibility, Craft allows for a fantastic custom designed experience that has an intuitive backend for clients to utilize after the website is built. WordPress is still the most popular CMS out there, as it offers plenty of themes and plugins to build a website upon, and a strong support system to back it up. Craft is catching up though, and has some key advantages over WordPress. Designing websites in Craft is intuitive and flexible. WordPress was designed initially as a blogging platform, and leaves plenty to be desired when building a fully customized experience. Craft allows for a flexible and customized design, making your website to stand out and be unique from your competitors.
Craft has an initial cost of $299 US. This initial investment pays off quickly though, with a reduced learning curve, and an intuitive and reliable structure for your website. You’ll spend less time and money troubleshooting your site in the long run by ensuring your website is built on solid grounds.
Yes. Craft has an exclusive ecommerce platform called Craft Commerce 3. It’s an incredibly powerful ecommerce solution, with advanced security and can be completely custom designed with no limitations. Craft Commerce integrates with Paypal, Stripe, Amazon S3, Salesforce, and Mailchimp, among many other popular applications. Craft Commerce 3 costs $199 US for the Lite version, or $999 US for all of the bells and whistles.
SEO is easily managed within Craft, with easy to manage and edit meta data tags, and a powerful SEO plugin called SEOmatic. What really separates Craft from other CMS’ is the incredibly fast load times and page speed that search engines love.
Craft is flexible and intuitive, and allows for a website to be easily managed. The backend of Craft is managed using content modules, and edits are seen through a powerful live preview. Adding and manipulating content is fast and easy to do, with few barriers in the way to stay connected to your content. Craft is also still a fairly small CMS, meaning it’s not bloated with thousands of plugins to sort through. The plugin catalog is easy to manage, and only filled with useful and powerful tools.
Craft is very secure, with plenty of the latest and best safeguards in place to ensure your website stays safe. As well, Craft CMS websites are targeted less frequently than some of the more popular CMS’ like WordPress, meaning random security attacks will be much less frequent. An in-depth list of the security features found in Craft 3 can be found here: https://craftcms.com/knowledge-base/security-faq
Craft is a hybrid CMS so you can use it as either a monolithic CMS (controlling the presentation of your website through the standard, built-in templating system) or you can use it as a headless CMS (allowing you to custom code all of the front end presentation using the GraphQL API). You can also combine the two if you’d like, allowing you to use templates to control website display while building a headless presentation for your apps!