This morning I attended an interesting presentation by Simon Göger, project manager at a company here in France called Actency, on how they use Drupal for document management. As a business delivering Drupal solutions we find document management always presents an interesting challenge. Should we recommend building it in Drupal? Should we integrate? If we integrate, what document management system should we recommend? Sharepoint, Alfresco, KnowledgeTree, something else?
I gave a keynote at Drupalcon Portland, and here is the video, my slides, and my speaking notes, which I formatted using the convenient WYSIWYG toolbar at the top of my editing blob. My talk starts around minute 24 of the video.
Karin Tempelaar's insight:
Zeer interessante keynote over belang van content, de samenhang met CMS, met UX Design en Informatie Architectuur.
En het lijstje boekentips uit deze keynote:
"Sara Wachter-Boettcher’s book Content Everywhere and Ann Rockley’s book Managing Enterprise Content are two indispensable resources for people trying to solve the problems I’m talking about. If you wanted to buy my book Content Strategy for Mobile that would be very nice of you but I promised no informercial
You are an information architect. You are making decisions about categories, taxonomy, navigation, and labeling on your projects. There are lots of resources out there to help you do a better job at that.
Lou Rosenfeld and Peter Morville’s book Information Architecture is a classic in the field. Donna Maurer’s book on Card Sorting is a short, straightforward book that will teach you a simple research technique to figure out the right categories and labeling for your interfaces. You can do this. It is not time consuming or expensive, and it will make a better author experience."
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