You've picked your CMS. Now, it's time to create content for your site.
You'll likely need a number of digital tools to build your vision. Here are some areas you might consider when developing your website and an explanation of some of the tools available to move your project from dream to reality. Most of the tools mentioned here are reasonably user-friendly and free to use or sample, but a few require payment for advanced options.
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A challenging part of creating digital projects is coordinating tasks and people. Collaboration tools can help you keep track of deadlines, discussions, tasks, and assignments.