Arch

Developing disruptive software for web & mobile

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About Arch
Arch is an award-winning, digital agency based in Gateshead and London, founded in 2005. Our mission is to build longstanding partnerships with brands and startups to help them develop disruptive technology into the B2B & B2C marketplace. As a company, we’v...
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$100 - $149/hr
10 - 49
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United Kingdom
Arch
Developing disruptive software for web & mobile
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Specialising in the design and build of bespoke software we've delivered effective and simple to use Management Systems to Skill Gap Identifier software to dating apps, car sales platforms through to online entry & judging systems. 

This has given us experience in a range of services from Web Design & Development, E-commerce, CRM, App Development as well as complex database-driven Content Management Systems. In addition to solutions for platforms like iOS, Android, Flutter, VR, AR and MR.

 

 

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HeYo
HeYo(link is external) is a new mobile platform being developed across iOS & Android. This new app will help students to connect with other like-minded students when new to campus or a city.   The Challenge HeYo is currently raising funds through ...
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 It is the combination of technologies such as object orientation, traditional server-side programming, and web technologies, which enables a user-friendly administration of web sites. CMSs provide a platform that aids in the easy management of multiple site content and administration. In simple terms, CMS architecture describes the link between both the tools employed to upload, manage and edit posts/ pages — the frontend and the backend. So far, WordPress is dominating the CMS market with almost 40% share in the industry followed by other providers such as Shopify, Drupal, Hubspot and more. CMSs have emerged out of the basic internet technologies and are based on web technology, which helps in providing a user-friendly administration of websites. The major benefits of CMS include ease of use, better organization, maintenance, security and reliability.There are four kinds of CMS architectures such as;Coupled CMS architecture - Known for its ease of access and close integration of content creation and publication resources. Decoupled CMS architecture -  By separating frontend and backend operations, it provides content and templates through an API that erases reliability from the same resources for more optimised UX.Hybrid CMS architecture -  This is a diverse framework which segments the areas in which data is generated and stored during delivery.Headless CMS architecture - It makes the job of developers easy by ensuring efficient content creation and delivery to marketers and creators.It provides a system that combines both the frontend (website) and the backend (moderation) processes in a modular architecture. CMS allows site owners to maintain both a good user experience as well as high performance and scalability. Users do not need to remember complex procedures and employ complicated web technologies, for their backend processes are kept very simple. It usually provides a WYSIWYG editor, which helps to manage and develop web content. The result is a better organization, smooth running and highly secure websites.A modular architecture ensures that the multiple modules work together with each other. This leads to seamless development, enhancement, testing and debugging. The two important modules include the webmaster tool and the content management system (CMS). The webmaster tool provides a simple graphical interface to the webmasters and allows them to edit content as well as search for and retrieve the latest changes.A common application of CMS architecture is in the online article creation. It is coupled with social bookmarking and networking applications to help users to publish and manage their content quickly. Web content is decoupled from its structure, so it is easier to update. It is also decoupled from the back-end processes that may not be user-friendly, such as complex database interactions.A variety of online brands, ranging from magazine publishing houses, bookstores, news agencies, restaurants and bars employ this technology to plan their content, increase visitor activity and improve online services. Many marketers use CMS for creating digital publications, social media posts, news feeds, online articles and blogs quickly, easily and efficiently. For e-commerce businesses, a CMS is used to create user interfaces for shopping carts, contact and customer service systems, blogs and product catalogues. A decoupled architecture enables flexible deployment on a server along with the benefits of simplified administration.The bottom lineDeploying a feasible CMS architecture can maximize your content output by reducing the complexity and aids in achieving your short-term and long-term goals.
 It is the combination of technologies such as object orientation, traditional server-side programming, and web technologies, which enables a user-friendly administration of web sites. CMSs provide a platform that aids in the easy management of multiple site content and administration. In simple terms, CMS architecture describes the link between both the tools employed to upload, manage and edit posts/ pages — the frontend and the backend. So far, WordPress is dominating the CMS market with almost 40% share in the industry followed by other providers such as Shopify, Drupal, Hubspot and more. CMSs have emerged out of the basic internet technologies and are based on web technology, which helps in providing a user-friendly administration of websites. The major benefits of CMS include ease of use, better organization, maintenance, security and reliability.There are four kinds of CMS architectures such as;Coupled CMS architecture - Known for its ease of access and close integration of content creation and publication resources. Decoupled CMS architecture -  By separating frontend and backend operations, it provides content and templates through an API that erases reliability from the same resources for more optimised UX.Hybrid CMS architecture -  This is a diverse framework which segments the areas in which data is generated and stored during delivery.Headless CMS architecture - It makes the job of developers easy by ensuring efficient content creation and delivery to marketers and creators.It provides a system that combines both the frontend (website) and the backend (moderation) processes in a modular architecture. CMS allows site owners to maintain both a good user experience as well as high performance and scalability. Users do not need to remember complex procedures and employ complicated web technologies, for their backend processes are kept very simple. It usually provides a WYSIWYG editor, which helps to manage and develop web content. The result is a better organization, smooth running and highly secure websites.A modular architecture ensures that the multiple modules work together with each other. This leads to seamless development, enhancement, testing and debugging. The two important modules include the webmaster tool and the content management system (CMS). The webmaster tool provides a simple graphical interface to the webmasters and allows them to edit content as well as search for and retrieve the latest changes.A common application of CMS architecture is in the online article creation. It is coupled with social bookmarking and networking applications to help users to publish and manage their content quickly. Web content is decoupled from its structure, so it is easier to update. It is also decoupled from the back-end processes that may not be user-friendly, such as complex database interactions.A variety of online brands, ranging from magazine publishing houses, bookstores, news agencies, restaurants and bars employ this technology to plan their content, increase visitor activity and improve online services. Many marketers use CMS for creating digital publications, social media posts, news feeds, online articles and blogs quickly, easily and efficiently. For e-commerce businesses, a CMS is used to create user interfaces for shopping carts, contact and customer service systems, blogs and product catalogues. A decoupled architecture enables flexible deployment on a server along with the benefits of simplified administration.The bottom lineDeploying a feasible CMS architecture can maximize your content output by reducing the complexity and aids in achieving your short-term and long-term goals.

 

It is the combination of technologies such as object orientation, traditional server-side programming, and web technologies, which enables a user-friendly administration of web sites. CMSs provide a platform that aids in the easy management of multiple site content and administration. In simple terms, CMS architecture describes the link between both the tools employed to upload, manage and edit posts/ pages — the frontend and the backend. 

So far, WordPress is dominating the CMS market with almost 40% share in the industry followed by other providers such as Shopify, Drupal, Hubspot and more. CMSs have emerged out of the basic internet technologies and are based on web technology, which helps in providing a user-friendly administration of websites. The major benefits of CMS include ease of use, better organization, maintenance, security and reliability.

There are four kinds of CMS architectures such as;

  • Coupled CMS architecture - Known for its ease of access and close integration of content creation and publication resources. 
  • Decoupled CMS architecture -  By separating frontend and backend operations, it provides content and templates through an API that erases reliability from the same resources for more optimised UX.
  • Hybrid CMS architecture -  This is a diverse framework which segments the areas in which data is generated and stored during delivery.
  • Headless CMS architecture - It makes the job of developers easy by ensuring efficient content creation and delivery to marketers and creators.

It provides a system that combines both the frontend (website) and the backend (moderation) processes in a modular architecture. CMS allows site owners to maintain both a good user experience as well as high performance and scalability. Users do not need to remember complex procedures and employ complicated web technologies, for their backend processes are kept very simple. It usually provides a WYSIWYG editor, which helps to manage and develop web content. The result is a better organization, smooth running and highly secure websites.

A modular architecture ensures that the multiple modules work together with each other. This leads to seamless development, enhancement, testing and debugging. The two important modules include the webmaster tool and the content management system (CMS). The webmaster tool provides a simple graphical interface to the webmasters and allows them to edit content as well as search for and retrieve the latest changes.

A common application of CMS architecture is in the online article creation. It is coupled with social bookmarking and networking applications to help users to publish and manage their content quickly. Web content is decoupled from its structure, so it is easier to update. It is also decoupled from the back-end processes that may not be user-friendly, such as complex database interactions.

A variety of online brands, ranging from magazine publishing houses, bookstores, news agencies, restaurants and bars employ this technology to plan their content, increase visitor activity and improve online services. Many marketers use CMS for creating digital publications, social media posts, news feeds, online articles and blogs quickly, easily and efficiently. For e-commerce businesses, a CMS is used to create user interfaces for shopping carts, contact and customer service systems, blogs and product catalogues. A decoupled architecture enables flexible deployment on a server along with the benefits of simplified administration.

The bottom line

Deploying a feasible CMS architecture can maximize your content output by reducing the complexity and aids in achieving your short-term and long-term goals.

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Office 3.04, Baltimore House,, Northumberland, Northumberland NE8 3DF
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18-21 Corsham Street, London, London N1 6DR
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+441914328092
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