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The future of web content management:

The future of web content management:
- Web content: back to the future
- Is your content management system future-ready?
- Our take on adaptive content management: Novius OS

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    • Create OncePublish Everywhere…AnytimeThe future of webcontent management Antoine Lefeuvre CIO – Novius @jiraisurfer – novius-os.org #dilyon25 1/43
    • Contents Web content: back to the future Is your content management system future-ready? Our take on adaptive content management: Novius OS #dilyon25 2/43
    • Interfaces fly … Credits: Google, Amstrad, Tobii, DoCoMo, Nintendo, Microsoft, Corning, Xerox & Apple (©) #dilyon25 3/43
    • … content remain.Credits: Amazon, Simon & Schuster, Wikipedia, A List Apart (©) #dilyon25 4/43
    • Smart content: you can’t have layout specific information in your content.We don’t know what the targetdevice will be so we need to be presentation agnostic. Jonathan Stark, #bdconf (2012) #dilyon25 5/43
    • Responsive design, the solution?Credits: Site Boston Globe par Ethan Marcotte, Filament Group, Upstatement and internal team (©). Graphic by Antoine Lefeuvre, Grant Hutchinson, responsivedesign.ca (CC). #dilyon25 6/43
    • #dilyon25 7/43
    • “The primary design principleunderlying the Web’s usefulnessand growth is universality. […] And it should be accessiblefrom any kind of hardware that can connect to the Internet.” Tim Berners-Lee, Long Live the Web (2010)  #dilyon25 8/43
    • You cannot test all possibilities (©) Credits: Anna Debenham for A List Apart (©). #dilyon25 9/43
    • “The web is responsive on its own—by default. ” Andy Hume (2011)  #dilyon25 10/43
    • So why is it our starting point? Credits: Adobe (©). #dilyon25 11/43
    • Credits: Andrea Balzano on Flickr (CC).#dilyon25 12/43
    • “The control which designers know inthe print medium, and often desire inthe web medium, is simply a functionof the limitation of the printed page. We should embrace the fact that the web doesn’t have the same constraints, and design for this flexibility.”John Allsopp, The Dao of Web Design (2000)  #dilyon25 13/43
    • A designer must know the raw materialCredits: Subduction desk, Paul Venaille (©). Credits: El Naturalista (©). #dilyon25 14/43
    • The web is made of code #dilyon25 15/43
    • Design for flexibility = content without form? #dilyon25 16/43
    • Design for flexibility = another formCredits: Nicolas Torres pour WD Friday (©). #dilyon25 17/43
    • Design for flexibility = another form Credits: Novius for MS, Samatha Warren for The Examiner (©). #dilyon25 18/43
    • 1. Acknowledge and embrace unpredictability.2. Think and behave in a future-friendly way.3. Help others do the same. Future-Friendly Manifesto #dilyon25 19/43
    • Contents Web content: back to the future Is your content management system future-ready? Our take on adaptive content management: Novius OS #dilyon25 20/43
    • “Get your content ready to goanywhere because it’s going to go everywhere.” Brad Frost (2011) #dilyon25 21/43
    • Separate content and form (front end)Credits: V G La Rosa, A Lefeuvre (CC). #dilyon25 22/43
    • Separate content and form (back end) #dilyon25 23/43
    • “Build content management systems (CMS), not web publishing tools (WPT).” Daniel Jacobson, Create Once Publish Everywhere (2009) #dilyon25 24/43
    • Web Publishing Tool #dilyon25 25/43
    • Content Management SystemCredits: Daniel Jacobson pour NPR (©). #dilyon25 26/43
    • Content Management System #dilyon25 27/43
    • Contents Web content: back to the future Is your content management system future-ready? Our take on adaptive content management: Novius OS #dilyon25 28/43
    • Why a new CMS A CMS which orchestrates content and embraces the adaptable nature of the web. User experience: are users ready to create presentation agnostic content? Our mission: bring users to Create Once Publish Everywhere, aim for a smooth learning curve. Information layer naturally fed with pages, blog posts, customer-specific databases … #dilyon25 29/43
    • Novius OS – COPE CMSCredits: Novius (©). #dilyon25 30/43
    • Novius OS – COPE CMSCredits: Novius (©). #dilyon25 31/43
    • Novius OS – COPE CMS #dilyon25 32/43
    • Test case: From a customer-specific database to a blog post, and on to Twitter View the demo (next slide) and move on to slide 35 for further details #dilyon25 33/43
    • Content nuggetsFor every ape, the Monkey application shares a content nuggetwith the OS. Why “nugget”? Small and valuable: a piece ofcontent small enough to be re-used, yet meaningful. #dilyon25 34/43
    • Content nuggetsKokos content nugget, free of any presentation and ready to beshared. #dilyon25 35/43
    • Data catchersThe OS - the conductor - now asks: “Ive got this contentnugget, who can do something with it?” The applicationsequipped with data catchers answer. #dilyon25 36/43
    • Data catchersThe Blog application catches the Monkey content nugget and,voilà, a post created in less than a minute. Just the time to turnthe initial nugget into a news piece. #dilyon25 37/43
    • Lets keep flowing!Your content wont stop here. From the blog post is extracted anew content nugget. A nugget looking to be caught. #dilyon25 38/43
    • Lets keep flowing!A hashtag added and this nugget is now a tweet. #dilyon25 39/43
    • 1. From a customer- specific database 2. To a blog post 3. And on to Twitter #dilyon25 40/43
    • The road ahead of us The current version is an early version (0.1). Much is to come! Along the Media Centre will be added a Content Centre to centralise content nuggets. New data-catcher-equipped applications: better social media support, SEO, SMO, emailing, etc. Our long-term goal: provide users with one single tool to create web content and publish it on any channel, present or future. #dilyon25 41/43
    • Thank you!Questions andcomments arewelcome. Antoine Lefeuvre CIO – Novius @jiraisurfer – novius-os.org #dilyon25 42/43
    • Sources and resources Jonathan Stark, Breaking Development: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, notes by Luke Wroblewski http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1629 Tim Berners-Lee, Long Live the Web: A Call for Continued Open Standards and Neutrality, http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=long-live-the-web Anna Debenham, Testing Websites in Game Console Browsers, http://www.alistapart.com/articles/testing-websites-in-game-console-browsers/ Andy Hume, Responsive by default, http://blog.andyhume.net/responsive-by-default/ John Allsopp, A Dao of Web Design, http://www.alistapart.com/articles/dao/ Nicolas Torres, CSS et Mobile First : procéder par amélioration progressive, http://wdfriday.com/blog/2012/03/css-et-mobile-first-proceder-par-amelioration-progressive/ Samatha Warren, Style tiles, http://styletil.es Future-Friendly Manifesto, http://futurefriend.ly Sara Wachter-Boettcher, Future-Ready Content, http://www.alistapart.com/articles/future-ready-content/ Daniel Jacobson, COPE : Create Once, Publish Everywhere, http://blog.programmableweb.com/2009/10/13/cope-create-once-publish-everywhere/ Karen McGrane, Adapting Ourselves to Adaptive Content, http://karenmcgrane.com/2012/09/04/adapting-ourselves-to-adaptive-content-video-slides-and- transcript-oh-my/ Paul Robert Lloyd, The Web Aesthetic, http://www.alistapart.com/articles/the-web-aesthetic/ #dilyon25 43/43