Flexible CMS — the freedom is yours
Umbraco — an open-source .NET content management system — is designed to provide an affordable open content management environment with an intuitive editing experience.
And, Umbraco is backed by a strong ecosystem of professional and skilled developers, which means there are very few problems that can't be addressed by someone who's been there before.
We're so excited about Umbraco that Deane has been a featured speaker at the last two Codegardens — the unofficial global Umbraco conference — in Copenhagen.
We’re always adding new case studies to the site. Until then, contact us to learn more about our work with Umbraco.
Umbraco is a really good mix of usability and functionality, especially for an enterprise-scale site.
Overall, it's one of the best content management systems that we have utilized for our clients in a long time.
Senior Digital Strategist / Marketing Technologist
Lawrence & Schiller
Making Umbraco Work for You
Our specialty is taking the great framework Umbraco has created and meeting you where you need it, through custom content modeling, integrations, and development, so you’re not just getting an Umbraco install -- you’re getting your Umbraco install, regardless of where it's coming from.Learn more about CMS migration at Blend.
A System that Works for Your Customers ... and Your Editors
Strategic design means more than just graphics — it means understanding how content fits together, and how you’ll maintain it once your site is launched. We design and develop with users in mind, pairing our editor-focused process with Umbraco’s easy to use UI.Learn about our strategic design philosophy.
Advocacy and Accessibility
Business goals go beyond profitability, and we advocate for the entire web process -- from making sure your site is inclusive and accessible, to providing custom reporting to track governance and effectiveness.Learn more about accessibility at Blend
Accessible and Fast Front-End for the State of South Dakota
A partnership with a local agency to help integrate a custom Umbraco site for state government.
- Client: South Dakota Department of Revenue
- Industry: Government
After a successful talk at last year’s Codegarden, the unofficial global Umbraco conference, Blend Interactive's own Consulting Analyst Deane Barker took the main stage at Codegarden 2019 in Copenhagen with his talk “The Future Might Be Distributed.” Learn more about Deane's work in the field of content management, his book about web content management, and his blog, Gadgetopia.Read More about Deane