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Modern Web content management design keeps context in mind
Sponsored by SearchContentManagement
Web content management makes site delivery more flexible and device-agnostic, to better target customers and their interests -- and to better manage content. New trends in Web design, an increasingly high volume of content and a proliferation of Web-enabled devices are prompting designers and developers to modify their Web content management (WCM) systems.
This three-part guide discusses some of those emerging trends, from content delivery to user search. First, SearchContentManagement's Lauren Horwitz takes a hard look at the WCM systems trying to "do it all." Horwitz highlights the challenges that face developers as users continue to access Web content from a range of different devices. Next, Web content management expert Geoffrey Bock explains the different approach required when designing WCM systems for multichannel environments. In a second piece, Bock discusses the impact the mobile revolution has had on Web content managers. With users accessing the Internet from their smartphones, iPads and -- soon -- their watches, Web developers have to have mobility in mind from the beginning of the design process.
Table Of Contents
- Web content management systems try to do it all
- It's not your parents' Web design
- Mobile-first focus is just the beginning