I know I literally just started this site again on Squarespace, but a small (very small) part of me is having 2nd thoughts after seeing the demo of a CMS called Webflow. It's the first time I've ever heard of the company but Ars Technica does a good job of describing it as Photoshop mixed with Wordpress. The whole selling point of Webflow seems to be convincing users that they don't need programming expertise to make a great website. Essentially, if you can visualize it, Webflow should be able to put it together without you entering a single line of code.
That's a huge deal for somebody like me who has lately become incredibly overwhelmed by website coding. So much that it has sort of gotten in the way of the content itself. What phone apps do so well that a website has yet to accomplish is just put content first and foremost. WIth Webflow (and Squarespace too), the design is simply drag and drop, leaving the user with plenty more time to forge ahead with presenting content.
Compared to Squarespace, Webflow has a lot more customization. I don't love their price plans at all, so I'm hoping that with time, Squarespace enters this same realm of drag-and-drop customization (I think their developer beta allows for this to some extent but I'm not 100% sure). They've already got it in the content section, now just get that same idea over to the page design.