Experiences of   Tristan Roddis, Cogapp                 Jeff Strickland, Metropolitan Museum of ArtCMS selection    Christ...
CMS selection: National Portrait Gallery, LondonSteve Norris, Cogapp
CMS - Challenges                   Limited budget                   Migration from static site                   Integrati...
CMS - Important Criteria   Simple to use and administer                           Microsites                           Sim...
CMS - Selection Process                          Research on candidates                          Requirements list        ...
NPG Short ListDrupalJoomlaMamboMODxPlone
Speed of development           Intuitive CMS interface           Flexibility (chunks, snippets)           CustomizabilityT...
Immature (in 2008)          Upgrade cycle (Evolution vs Revolution)          Limited 3rd party modules          Lack of ve...
CMS selection: Metropolitan Museum of ArtTristan Roddis, Cogapp; Jeff Strickland, MMA
Many voicesCMS - Challenges                   Integration with existing systems                   Ecosystem               ...
CMS - Important Criteria   CMS User Experience                           Developer Experience                           Wo...
CMS - Selection Process   Requirements specification                          Peer review (15)                          Lo...
MMA Short ListSitecoreOpenTextUmbracoN2SharePoint 2010
Vendor training and support           Regular upgrade cycle           Nice CMS interface           Clean separation of con...
Dependence on hierarchy          Can be tricky for team development (without TDS)          Complicated and complex        ...
Questions?                                   Picture credits:                   NPG interior 1: Herry Lawford             ...
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Experiences of CMS selection

  1. 1. Experiences of Tristan Roddis, Cogapp Jeff Strickland, Metropolitan Museum of ArtCMS selection Christopher Borkowski, Balboa Park Online Collaborative Steve Norris, Cogapp MCN 2011
  2. 2. CMS selection: National Portrait Gallery, LondonSteve Norris, Cogapp
  3. 3. CMS - Challenges Limited budget Migration from static site Integration with existing systems Ease of use
  4. 4. CMS - Important Criteria Simple to use and administer Microsites Simplicity of development Workflow & Permissions Open Source
  5. 5. CMS - Selection Process Research on candidates Requirements list Priority order Short list (5) Present to NPG Demo installations Recommendation
  6. 6. NPG Short ListDrupalJoomlaMamboMODxPlone
  7. 7. Speed of development Intuitive CMS interface Flexibility (chunks, snippets) CustomizabilityThe Good
  8. 8. Immature (in 2008) Upgrade cycle (Evolution vs Revolution) Limited 3rd party modules Lack of versioning Simplistic workflowThe Bad Code stored in database
  9. 9. CMS selection: Metropolitan Museum of ArtTristan Roddis, Cogapp; Jeff Strickland, MMA
  10. 10. Many voicesCMS - Challenges Integration with existing systems Ecosystem Legacy content Future systems
  11. 11. CMS - Important Criteria CMS User Experience Developer Experience Workflow & Permissions Versioning Commercial / Open Source Training, Documentation, Support
  12. 12. CMS - Selection Process Requirements specification Peer review (15) Long list (20) Research on long list Vendor questionnaire Short list (5) Presented to MMA Final two Use case demos Recommendation
  13. 13. MMA Short ListSitecoreOpenTextUmbracoN2SharePoint 2010
  14. 14. Vendor training and support Regular upgrade cycle Nice CMS interface Clean separation of content and presentationThe Good Extensible Future preview, multi-lingual, in-context editing, CEP...
  15. 15. Dependence on hierarchy Can be tricky for team development (without TDS) Complicated and complex Blinking cursorThe Bad Hard to unit test Documentation holes Bundled third-party modules
  16. 16. Questions? Picture credits: NPG interior 1: Herry Lawford NPG interior 2: Xixi Lao NPG exterior: Wikipedia user: Ham Met exterior: Wikipedia user: fcb981
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