I've spent 7 years running a creative agency that in the latter 4 years of it shifted quite heavily into web development for small (3-10) to large (30-100) sized companies. We know that everybody has their preference of CMS, but when we are able to deliver a more clear (better UX), faster to market, and fully tailored CMS for any of our frontend languages (primarily Next.js and occasionally Gatsby) - we know that we can sell them quickly on the value of Sanity.
In recent months I exited my business and will be starting as Head of Design with a medium-sized start up with intentions of high growth, and I immediately know what CMS will be our base of command to create tools for the marketing team without impacting our engineering resources as heavy as we would with writing something from scratch.
- Developer experience
- Faster to market
- Concise UX (It's literally bare bones, it doesn't get simpler)
- Fully tailored content editor experiences
- No restrictions - you make the call on your data structure
- Integration into external APIs
- Image pipeline
- Typescript support
- CMS as a Node package - run it locally & integrate into your CI & more
- Easily migratable from other CMS's such as Wordpress, Contentful, or Prismic
- Support for eCommerce Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.