Full-day workshop presented at 2104 STC Summit
Are you working with many products, large content sets, many audiences, or broad business requirements? Are you finding it difficult to create a content experience to your customers that is consistent and enables logical, meaningful content access? And do you strive to deliver high value and delight? In addition, do you need to develop robust content experiences that stand the test of time, even if the visual presentation and templates must change with marketplace trends? Models enable you to design and implement a valuable experience for your customers, consistently, across products, authors, audiences, and time – even in a very large enterprise. In this workshop, we’ll work through the modeling process, and you will leave with the hands-on experience of developing a use model, a content model, and an access model.
In this workshop, we will discuss why modeling is important and describe the process, including prerequisite input to ensure high-quality, valid models. Then we will walk through a concrete exercise to develop use, content, and access models for a fictional company, taking the business situation, audience, and likely product-use into account. Finally we’ll discuss approaches for applying the models, and you will try your hand at implementing a release-specific architecture based on the models.
#1 Requirements worksheet: http://www.slideshare.net/aames/01requirements
#2 Scenario worksheet: http://www.slideshare.net/aames/02scenarios
#3 Design worksheet: http://www.slideshare.net/aames/03design
#4 Information Use Model worksheet: http://www.slideshare.net/aames/04info-usemodel
#5 Content Model worksheet: http://www.slideshare.net/aames/05content-model
#6 Access Model worksheet: http://www.slideshare.net/aames/06access-model
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