In the last 20 years, we have changed our online behavior from “knowing” to a focus on “doing”. Here are our thoughts on the evolution of content management systems (CMSs) and the arrival of digital experience platforms (DXPs), their digitally evolved cousin.
Should B2B companies do social media? If so, how? Our Isabel Villarreal reviewed in this article the key points around building a content strategy for companies with a complex offering or intricate business models.
True web content means hypertextuality, indexability, and dynamism. Is your portal, website or digital platform effective and efficient at presenting its content? Learn from our UX Design expert, Priscila Mendoza, about the principles of true webContent.
The KonMari method by the decluttering guru Marie Kondo goes beyond finding what sparks joy in your house: it can also be applied to Enterprise Portals and Web Content Management Systems (WCMs). Here’s our Priscila Mendoza’s take on these organizational principles.
In this post I will go over the basic concepts of a content management system, the differences between content, documents, media, portlets, pages, layouts and templates. These are not specific to any one content management system, but lay a good foundation of knowledge for the following more Liferay specific articles.
In this third part on the Liferay content management system, we will look at the main content creation and editing tools. The majority of content can be separated into Resources, News, Events or Blog post. In this case, we are considering specific content items as falling into these categories. Here, we will be talking about using the content management system to model these types of content.
Picking a website structure for your next development is extremely important. A lot of questions are going to come up, and a lot might fall through the cracks. Partnering with an experienced firm to work on design, development, and strategy can remove the pain of taking on the next important project.
In mid-November of last year IBM released a new Software as a Service (SaaS) content management offering known as IBM Watson Content Hub. Base22 participates in a design partner program with IBM, and as a part of that, we have had the opportunity to review plans and provide feedback to the product team on various aspects of this offering since prior to the initial release. As a result, we have been closely tracking the evolution of the product and we believe that if you haven’t had an opportunity to check out this solution yet, it is definitely worth a look now.