There was a post earlier today about whether or not people still build static sites for their clients. That discussion begs the question, if not static then what?
There's a wide range of 'CMS' options out there from database-driven solutions like WordPress and Drupal to static site generators like Jekyll and Middleman. WordPress and Drupal can be easy for clients to update once they are set up, but there is a ton of associated overhead. Jekyll and Middleman are dead simple, but require some knowledge of command line and markdown to redeploy after making changes.
When dealing with clients building stuff like landing and marketing pages what is your preferred solution? What's the perfect balance between usability for the client and ease of development?