Responsive Content Modeling

Maintaining content priorities across browsing platforms

Internet, Computer Science

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Just as a Sitemap describes the hierarchical structure of a website, Content Models describe all of the content types on the new, target site, the elements of each, and prioritizes the type of content that ought to appear on a specific page type. It helps us define the content creation, design, and user experience concepts for the new site. This is especially important for the responsive web: because layout and user context is constantly changing, we have to make sure that content priorities are represented consistently across browsing platforms.

This workshop will guide participants through the discovery of their core piece of content and how to map all the relationships that orbit around it.

What attendees will take away:

Ability to find their core piece of content

How to establish a UX Vision and design principles

Prioritizing all the discrete pieces of content for both small and large screens

Sketch out and document their RWD content models

Move from modeling to prototyping

Practical package of resources for repeating the process

We’ll pause around noon for lunch. Lunch will be catered (let us know if you have any dietary restrictions) and we’ll give you some time to chat and stretch your legs.

Sounds like an awesome day, right? Sign up today! Space is strictly limited to 25 attendees.

From: June 23, 2014 09:00
To: June 23, 2014 16:00

green|spaces, 63 E Main St, 37408, Chattanooga, United States


Internet, Computer Science


RWD, UX, Website




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