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CMSAvoiding Site Killers              Confab 2011with effective CMS planning        Click to type title                   ...
www.isitedesign.com                     www.sitecore.netISITE Design is a digital agency that   Great web experiences run ...
Which box are you in?
http://www.cmsmyth.com/2010/03/the-ultimate-cms-mix-tape/
http://research.isitedesign.com/cms-wisdom-report/
Site Killer # 1: Nobody thought how the     CMS would ACTUALLY be used
Going Global
Going Global
Think CMSReadinessThink: CMS Readiness                Going Global
“I’m a CMS Survivor”   Going Global
Site Killer #2: You think that you’re building a website
From Site Maps to…
Source: Adaptive Path
Going Global
City of Cambridge, MA                Going Global
Going Global
Site Killer # 3Getting tangled up in CMS Sprawl
Taming the three-headed beast           3. Avoiding CMS Sprawl                         And it ‘aint named Fluffy
User                                TeamExperience                          Architecture                      TechnicalArc...
Site Killer #4. Focusing more on  Technology than the people
Source: skillset.org
If Marketing is from Mars , IT is from…?                                Source: skillset.org
Site Killer # 5: Thinking the site is      DONE after it launches
Your website is not a project
Getting ready for Day two
Thanks + QuestionsISITE DesignJeff Cram617-401-2295jcram@isitedesign.comwww.isitedesign.comSitecoreSteve Sulkowski603-998-...
Avoid Site Killers with Effective CMS Planning
Avoid Site Killers with Effective CMS Planning
Avoid Site Killers with Effective CMS Planning
Avoid Site Killers with Effective CMS Planning
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Avoid Site Killers with Effective CMS Planning

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As a follow up to the recent whitepaper with Sitecore, the New Web Governance Manifesto, ISITE Design's Jeff Cram presents the top 5 site killers

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Avoid Site Killers with Effective CMS Planning

  1. 1. CMSAvoiding Site Killers Confab 2011with effective CMS planning Click to type title Jeff Cram CMS Myth & ISITE DesignApril 24, 2012 @jeffcram #cmslove #confab a webinar with
  2. 2. www.isitedesign.com www.sitecore.netISITE Design is a digital agency that Great web experiences run onhelps organizations differentiate on Sitecore’s web content managementcustomer experience. As a long-time platform. Thousands of public andSitecore partner, the agency has a private organizations have created anddedicated content management practice now manage more than 32,000and helps organizations successfully dynamic websites with Sitecoreplan, develop, implement and support including ATP World Tour, Comcast,large-scale publishing platforms. EasyJet and Lloyd’s of London.
  3. 3. Which box are you in?
  4. 4. http://www.cmsmyth.com/2010/03/the-ultimate-cms-mix-tape/
  5. 5. http://research.isitedesign.com/cms-wisdom-report/
  6. 6. Site Killer # 1: Nobody thought how the CMS would ACTUALLY be used
  7. 7. Going Global
  8. 8. Going Global
  9. 9. Think CMSReadinessThink: CMS Readiness Going Global
  10. 10. “I’m a CMS Survivor” Going Global
  11. 11. Site Killer #2: You think that you’re building a website
  12. 12. From Site Maps to…
  13. 13. Source: Adaptive Path
  14. 14. Going Global
  15. 15. City of Cambridge, MA Going Global
  16. 16. Going Global
  17. 17. Site Killer # 3Getting tangled up in CMS Sprawl
  18. 18. Taming the three-headed beast 3. Avoiding CMS Sprawl And it ‘aint named Fluffy
  19. 19. User TeamExperience Architecture TechnicalArchitecture 3. Avoiding CMS Sprawl Architecture
  20. 20. Site Killer #4. Focusing more on Technology than the people
  21. 21. Source: skillset.org
  22. 22. If Marketing is from Mars , IT is from…? Source: skillset.org
  23. 23. Site Killer # 5: Thinking the site is DONE after it launches
  24. 24. Your website is not a project
  25. 25. Getting ready for Day two
  26. 26. Thanks + QuestionsISITE DesignJeff Cram617-401-2295jcram@isitedesign.comwww.isitedesign.comSitecoreSteve Sulkowski603-998-6585www.sitecore.net

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