CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
A content management framework (CMF) is a system that facilitates the use of reusable components or customized software for managing web content. It shares aspects of a web application framework and a content management system (CMS).
The University of Alabama Business School enhanced its internet presence with a redesign of the Manderson Graduate School of Business, and Culverhouse College of Commerce.
BAD TESTING® ensured software quality assurance for two redesigned websites and two redesigned mobile sites, with features like user-generated news, a student appointment scheduling system, an employer concierge form, request information form, and academics information built in a streamlined and intuitive fashion—all controlled by a single content management system.
Project deliverable’s included a single working environment to document bugs and communication, CMS testing, mobile testing, desktop testing, and responsive communication throughout.