Today, I returned to a previously used product, WebWave.me, a website design tool with additional AI-powered activities. I bought it some time ago, but the interface is very different if you, like me, have been using WordPress for a long time.
Previously, I had tried it out to see what it was capable of, but I quickly got frustrated, not because of a lack of features but because it had so many. You could adapt the web page in so many ways that it quickly became confusing which element you wanted to change and how you wanted to change it. Having tried it again today, I'm convinced that if I spend enough time on it, it's capable of remarkably detailed results; I'm just worried that it might take too long to set up and maintain for most projects.
However, it might be perfect for those occasions when someone wants just a simple site with a few apps that will remain mainly station. I plan to explore it further and see how much progress I can make.
I've been asked by a couple of people if I would be willing to create websites for them, and it's something I'm looking to see if I can help do for local community groups, so this would be an ideal way to get a couple of example sites up and running.