Last Sunday we published a competition to win one of ten CouchCMS Licenses, it has now ended, and it is now time to announce the winners.
Thanks to CouchCMS for allowing us to publish this massive giveaway, and thank you to all of our readers who took the time to enter and comment. We could only pick (at random) only ten winners, so better luck next time with any of our future competitions.
Anyway, congratulations to our winners, here they are…
Winner Name: Yassine Bentaieb
Comment URL: Currently working on my personal portfolio website, which could be a nice project to test Couch and to see if it is a CMS that i would use more often in the future. Looks interesting enough!
Winner Name: Hastimal Shah
Comment URL: Currently working on my company website.
Winner Name: Pat
Comment URL: I’m currently working on several real estate and financial related sites for clients…
Winner Name: Benyam
Comment URL: i’m from Africa,Ethiopia,i am working on a business directory , kind of a yellow page for the city of Addis Ababa.
Winner Name: Pablo Lara H
Comment URL: Testing new cms. ;)
Winner Name: Jon
Comment URL: Currently building a home renovation site (on WordPress) for a client who simply wants to be able…
Winner Name: Rabi
Comment URL: currently, i am working on website for educational institute.
Winner Name: Andy
Comment URL: This CMS would work nicely with a tattoo studio website project that i’ll be working on shortly.
Winner Name: Oscar C
Comment URL: Next project is à consumer oriented / Facebook integrerad site. CouchCMS looks promising and worth à try.
All about CouchCMS
CouchCMS is a self-hosted simple CMS that has been created specifically with web designers in mind.
It allows designers to take any HTML/CSS templates and convert it into a fully content managed site, quite literally in minutes.
Unlike most CMSs out there, Couch works by being retrofitted within an existing design or static site and not vice-versa. This gives unparalleled creative freedom to designers who will no longer need to design their layouts around the limitations of whichever CMS they use.
No knowledge of PHP is required for using it, as everything in Couch is achieved using the familiar XHTML like tags.
There is no learning curve, no ‘a-ha moment’, no ‘light-bulb moment’. Everything that needs to be known for using Couch can be learnt in a very short time.
Although Couch claims to be a CMS built for designers, the truth is, it perhaps was built even more for their clients – the end users. It is eventually the end-users who have to deal with the CMS more than anybody else and if they find the interface over featured and complicated, everything else comes to a naught.