Kriativ-techVolume 1, Issue 7, April 2018, Pages: xxxReceived: Dec. 28, 2019;Accepted: Feb. 25, 2020.Published: Jul. 30, 2020.


Joana Carvalho, Assistant Professor at ISTEC-PortoSérgio Nogueira, Teaching Assistant at ISTEC-Porto



To cite this article

Sérgio Nogueira, Joana Carvalho, Using a CMS: A critical analysis from a professional point of view
DOI: 10.31112/kriativ-tech-2020-06-31


In this article we will present some very important points when choosing to use a CMS to develop a digital product. The idea of ​​this study is not to convince never to use a CMS, but to show some important points that can change the opinion of those who want to use such a tool in the digital world. We will address some positives and negatives points and then look closer from a professional perspective.


CMS; Develop, Digital; Product; Wordpress 


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