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Why content model

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11 reasons why we should content model.

11 reasons why we should content model.

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  • 1. We model content... Why content model?
  • 2. Purpose ...to know the real players, their stakes, and what they’re playing for.
  • 3. Structure ...to formalise and socialise the relationships between content types.
  • 4. Meaning ...to add meaning to content so it make senses to both people and machines.
  • 5. Responsive Design ...to use the ‘structure’ and ‘meaning’ of content to deliver the best x-device user experience.
  • 6. APIs ...to make content accessible and available, everywhere.
  • 7. Ubiquitous Language ...to unite around a single, shared vocabulary for business content.
  • 8. Author Experience ...to truly understand why, what & how authors produce content, then design for that experience.
  • 9. Adaptive ...to define processes to optimise the “flow” of content from one place to another.
  • 10. Content Everywhere Teams ...to form new, x-displincinary teams, that produce and consume content.
  • 11. Agility ...to fail fast, inspect and adapt content.
  • 12. CMS ...to help select the right technology to produce, deliver, manage our content.
  • 13. Cleve Gibbon (@cleveg) http://www.clevegibbon.com/content-modelling/ content modelling the art of designing structured content

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