Update to GainCMS Web Site

Further to what I touched on in Marketing a Web Application, I've replaced the placeholder site on GainCMS.com with something more substantial.

I put together a design I was happy with and begun adding in some content. The design is set up in such a way that I'll be able to grow the site without having to change the design too much. The site will be a continuous work in progress as I add more functionality and more content.

Be sure to check it out and feel free to leave any feedback.

Published December 19, 2004 · Updated September 17, 2005
Short URL: https://snook.ca/s/302

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John Skinner said on December 20, 2004

I've just noticed your screenshots are all timestamped January 22nd 2004. Didn't realise that you've been working on this for almost a year already (and those screenshots look pretty complete already, suggesting a fair amount of work before then) - how long do you estimate developing this CMS has taken, and when are you looking to launch?

Jonathan Snook said on December 20, 2004

Those dates are apparently off. :) I started the interface design back in August and made some revisions after that.

I'm looking to launch, at least in beta form, by Spring. I'm not sure how feasible that will be because the fall was extremely busy and I haven't had much time to work on it.

I'll be putting together some plans over the Christmas break to hopefully ramp up production one way or another.

Dan Bowling said on January 28, 2005

I get an error when I try to go to the website.

Jonathan Snook said on January 28, 2005

Thanks for the heads up Dan. Problem solved! :)

Jonathan Dillon said on June 22, 2005

This really looks exciting. Post more screenshots!

said on November 15, 2005

"Your post a comment" columbn is confusing, since it's not directly clear what it does.

The lay-out of the site is nice though.

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