I'm working on converting an existing website to Drupal, and I'm looking for best practices for creating specialized styling on specific nodes. I have a page that looks like this (baconized for your viewing pleasure):
Can someone advise me as to the best way to accomplish styling a node this way - specifically in a way where the content can be managed by the client?
I've had a few different ideas as to how to accomplish it, but I'm not sure which is best.
Write raw HTML as the content and add CSS in the template? - The downside with this is that I'd prefer my client not have to mess with raw HTML when managing the content, if at all possible.
Create a custom content type that has fields for each snippet which I can style within the theme? - This seems like a reasonable course of action, except that I'll be creating a one-off content type for a single node, and that seems less than optimal.
Do something with Views? - Views is always an option, but I don't know if it's the right one here. Would I create a separate node for the intro snippet, the 3 blockquotes, and the rest of the page, or something else? I'm not sure.
Do something with Panels? - I'm still figuring out how to use Panels, and it seems like a possibility here, but an overly complicated one. Additionally, how will the client manage it?
Any insight or advice here would be immensely helpful. Thank you!