WordPress often gets a bad rap amongst modern development circles, but that reputation isn’t necessarily fair. One of the key foundations of any project is working with a client to best determine the underlying CMS technology. Yes, we can build things on the new and shiny, and yes, they can be awesome in their own right. Ultimately, however, the technology needs to work for the people maintaining and operating the end result. Nimbl was no different. WordPress was chosen for the simple reason that the stakeholders had prior knowledge of the system, and were comfortable with the platform. Thus, choosing WordPress prevented the need for intense training and avoided needless complexity for the client. It’s a known entity, and that’s what mattered the most.