Structured content — slides and worksheets from a session with 70 Content Designers at the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP).
Tag: Content Models
A content model documents all the different kinds of content you have in your system. It breaks content types down into their component parts, describes them in detail, and maps out how they relate to one another.
A talk at OOUX Happy Hour about machine-enabled noun foraging and extraction to set up proto-objects for use in the ORCA process.
6 practical tips and tactics for explaining structured content, both for modelling, design and development.
19 benefits of OOUX for the user-centred and mental model-based information architecture of data-rich products, services and systems.
Five Hat Racks, The LATCH Principle
An irreducible truth in information classification, architecture and design.
No [content] model is supposed to survive the first contact with real content, but they need to survive future contact.
No link is an island on the Web. No content is a silo. In a network, it pays to network
GDS team on looking for the irreducible core in content and information