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At Contentful, our product feature teams vary in mission, domain, and size, but they have one thing in common: the average engineering to design ratio on a product team is around 5:1.
The luxury audio-visual brand Bang & Olufsen redesigned their e-commerce infrastructure and digital experiences with Contentful. The results will knock your headphones off.
There’s quite a commotion about the topic of headless Content Management Systems (CMSes). It’s turned into a healthy debate over some central questions: What qualifies as a headless CMS? Do headless CMSes cater to non-technical users? Is it possible to accomplish similar goals with a traditional CMS? What’s the deal with structured content and headless CMSes?
We have a pretty simple goal at Contentful: to make your life easier as a developer. While we would like to hand-deliver every one of you a cheeseburger and fries, and maybe throw in a shoulder massage –– computer neck, anyone?–– we're not quite able to do so.
This course just might be the equivalent.
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