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Thriving in a world of change: Future-friendly content with Drupal

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There's always another redesign. There's always another new must-have front-end design effect. There's always another platform, a new screen resolution, the latest device. Underneath it all, there's …

There's always another redesign. There's always another new must-have front-end design effect. There's always another platform, a new screen resolution, the latest device. Underneath it all, there's content. What if we could get away from the cyclical churn, the constant reinvention? What if we could stop throwing the baby out with the bathwater? Instead of trying to get all new content every time there's a redesign (or worse, shoving crappy old content into stylish new clothes) it's time to plan for the future.

In this session, Karen will explain how Drupal is the future of adaptive content. She's not saying that like she's some kind of Drupal fangirl (though she is.) She's saying that as a long-time information architect, content strategist, and user experience designer, who sees content through the eyes of the people who create it and maintain it. She'll explain why—from her perspective—Drupal's content modeling tools and flexible UI make it a powerful tool in our fight against the future.

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  • 1. THRIVING IN A WORLD OF CHANGEFuture-friendly content with Drupal@karenmcgrane
  • 2. PRINT
  • 3. WEB
  • 4. MOBILE
  • 5. TABLETS
  • 6. SMART TV
  • 7. IN-CAR
  • 8. GOOGLE GLASS
  • 9. WATCHES
  • 10. STADIUM SCOREBOARDS
  • 11. DIGITAL SIGNAGE
  • 12. REFRIGERATOR
  • 13. TOAST
  • 14. CONTENTEMAILINTRANETSOCIALMEDIAMICROSITESMOBILEWEBWEBSITEPRINTTABLETAPPSMOBILEAPPSBLOGSSMARTTVIN-CARSYSTEMSGOOGLEGLASSDIGITALSIGNAGEDELICIOUSTOASTWATCHES
  • 15. THIS ISN’T JUST A FRONT-ENDPROBLEM.IT’S A CMS PROBLEM.
  • 16. TRUE SEPARATION OFCONTENT FROM FORM
  • 17. The future of content managementsystems is in their ability tocapture the content in a clean,presentation-independent way.—Daniel Jacobson, Netflix
  • 18. THE WEB IS NOT A LASER PRINTER
  • 19. BLOBS vs. CHUNKS
  • 20. STRUCTURED CONTENTSEMANTIC METADATACONTENT PACKAGESAUTHOR EXPERIENCE
  • 21. STRUCTURED CONTENT
  • 22. Which content should we include(or exclude)?Should long pages be broken intoshorter ones?Will it work to reuse headings aslinks?Will it work to truncate body copyfor teasers?What fallbacks can we provide ifour desktop content just won’twork?
  • 23. RESPONSIVE DESIGN WON’TFIX YOUR CONTENT PROBLEM.
  • 24. SEMANTIC METADATA
  • 25. Ethan Resnick,@studip101Metadata is a lovenote to the future.Metadata is thenew art direction.Jason Scott, @textfiles
  • 26. CONTENT PACKAGES
  • 27. COPE: CREATE ONCE,PUBLISH EVERYWHERE
  • 28. AUTHOR EXPERIENCE
  • 29. They hateall the fields.They say they wantMicrosoft Word.WYSIWYGis what theyunderstand.
  • 30. If I had asked people whatthey wanted, they would havesaid faster horses.—Not Henry Ford
  • 31. IN-PLACE EDITING
  • 32. THE FUTURE OF DRUPAL UX
  • 33. IS YOU
  • 34. DRUPAL CORE IS NOTCOMING TO SAVE YOU.
  • 35. http://www.usapics.net/freemont-bridge-portland-oregon.htmlhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/senexprime/8440161558/
  • 36. YOU ARE ACONTENT STRATEGIST.
  • 37. YOU ARE ANINFORMATION ARCHITECT.
  • 38. Focus on that under-served use case:the person who is never, ever, ever goingto call themselves an InformationArchitect, but sure does need somebasic IA skills to do their jobs.—Lou Rosenfeld
  • 39. YOU ARE AUX DESIGNER.
  • 40. 1.ACCESS TO REAL USERS2.POWERFUL PROTOTYPINGTOOL
  • 41. THE WEB ISN’T PRINT.
  • 42. THE WAY PEOPLE CREATECONTENT HAS TO CHANGE.
  • 43. LET’S INVENT THE FUTURE.WITH DRUPAL.
  • 44. THANK YOU@karenmcgranebondartscience.com+1 (917) 887-8149