‘Content Architecture’ Videos

  • Hidetaka Okamoto: WordPressで実現するMicroservices Architecture

    Hidetaka Okamoto: WordPressで実現するMicroservices Architecture

    WordCamp Kansai 2016Speaker: Hidetaka Okamoto

    August 2, 2016 — “Microservice Architecture”という言葉をご存知でしょうか?1つの大きな一枚岩アプリケーションを作るのではなく、サービス単位で作られたアプリを疎結合に構築するアーキテクトのことを指します。今回はWordPressのプラグイン・テーマの「密結合」な部分について紹介しつつ、WP REST APIなどを用いた疎結合なサイト・アプリ構築について紹介します。

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  • Thomas Kräftner: Your content is trapped – How a proper content architecture can save it

    Thomas Kräftner: Your content is trapped – How a proper content architecture can save it

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Thomas Kräftner

    July 1, 2016 — Face it, a lot of great content is trapped in pages and an amorphous post content field. Looking at an example project we’ll see how a clean content structure can simplify content management and get your site prepared for future changes. It will make your client happy now as well as for years after the launch.

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  • Shanta R. Nathwani: Facet-nating! – Using FacetsWP

    Shanta R. Nathwani: Facet-nating! – Using FacetsWP

    WordCamp Toronto 2015Speaker: Shanta R. Nathwani

    January 19, 2016 — Facet-nating! – Using FacetsWP
    This is the next step in Content Architecture. What happens when you have huge amounts of information or posts that can be put into more than one category at the same time? This talk will describe how you guide users from multiple paths to the same content. The intended audience are for those people who have their sites up and running, but need to rethink their content organizational structure.

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  • Jamie Schmid: Content Architecture in WordPress AKA “You Can DO That?!”

    Jamie Schmid: Content Architecture in WordPress AKA “You Can DO That?!”

    WordCamp NYC 2015Speaker: Jamie Schmid

    December 21, 2015 — This session is an introduction to putting the practice of Content Architecture to work on your WordPress site to build the most flexible and manageable site possible. You have your content (MAYBE), your site graphics are designed, you know what functionality you need, and now all you have to do is… shove it all into WordPress? Somehow? This session will show you how to figure out what are your WordPress-specific content types, what they need to do, and how to build them. Understanding how to structure your content in WordPress is an invaluable skill to have no matter what level you are at. You will leave understanding your own content structuring needs, and how to translate those to WordPress content types. Be prepared to leave full of ideas for your next project!

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