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Responsive Typography: The Basics | Information Architects

Responsive Typography: The Basics | Information Architects | PA digitale, web design, content management | Scoop.it
When we built websites we usually started by defining the body text. The body text definition dictates how wide your main column is, the rest used to follow almost by itself. Used to. Until recently,
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16 Examples of News Curation at Work: The Content Curation Look Book 2013

16 Examples of News Curation at Work: The Content Curation Look Book 2013 | PA digitale, web design, content management | Scoop.it

Via Robin Good
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Pawan Deshpande's comment, January 21, 2013 9:43 AM
Robin, thank you once again for pointing out the broken link.

There's only ONE broken link of which I am aware. The creation of eBook has been a four month long process and during the course of it one of the links has gone dark. The Color Association of the United States is a perfectly valid, and captivating example of picture curation, as noted in my previous comment. Lastly,the FedEx site is a perfectly valid example of curation that has served its purpose (criticizing the bailout), and is hence no longer updated -- but is still an interesting example of curation as a marketing tool.

There's nothing "curious" going on here. One of the sites has gone dark, as you pointed out. We have since updated the eBook to denote that the site is no longer active. Thanks for sharing the link -- hope you and your readership enjoy it.
Robin Good's comment, January 21, 2013 9:57 AM
Thank you Pawan for your kind clarifications that allow me to better appreciate this good editorial work you have done.

I think this type of publication is right on the mark in serving the needs of your audience and my criticism was only directed at highlighting how important, for anyone involved in this field, me included, to pay great attention to details as the reader often does not have the time to appreciate what is not immediately evident.

Please keep up such great work as it helps the whole industry grow while educating customers with great examples.
Alfredo Corell's curator insight, January 23, 2013 3:43 PM

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Context Will Drive The Future Of Web Content Management - Forbes

Context Will Drive The Future Of Web Content Management - Forbes | PA digitale, web design, content management | Scoop.it
Written By Tom Wentworth Web content management is at the most significant inflection point in its 15-year history. It's now all about the context.
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Content & context. Il contenuto è indisppolubilmente legato al contesto in cui si presenta

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Content curation con Evernote

Content curation con Evernote | PA digitale, web design, content management | Scoop.it
Vista l’enorme e interessantissima offerta di aggregatori per tablet, unita alla longevità di RSS che viene ancora utilizzato come servizio di base per i flussi informativi e la cura dei cont...
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A Brief History of Information Architecture

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The Journal of Information Architecture is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its aim is to facilitate the systematic development of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture.
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How to combine responsive design with content management

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Responsive design is trendy, but there is little talk about how it can be incorporated into the content management process. Here are five ways to make it work.

 

Responsive design is getting plenty of attention these days, and for good reason. Mobile internet traffic is increasing exponentially -- by 2014 "mobile" web traffic will surpass desktop traffic. This paradigm shift creates new opportunities along with new challenges.

 

One of those challenges is making your website mobile-friendly. Historically, this change has been made by "forking" the website that already exists. This move involves creating a new website and duplicating content, which doubles the effort required to manage your web presence. Despite all the work, forking could be doable if it truly solved the problem -- but it doesn't.

 

Statistics show there are more than two devices (mobile and desktop) accessing our websites at any given time -- devices like smartphones, tablets, netbooks, laptops, widescreen displays, and more -- and it's not realistic to create dedicated websites for each device out there.

 

Responsive design promises to solve this challenge by using web standards to create a single website that is automatically optimized for all devices. Compared to the alternative, it's easy to understand why enthusiasm surrounds this topic. However, most of this attention is focused on the high-level benefits or the underlying technologies (CSS3 Media Queries). What isn't addressed is how responsive design will be incorporated into the day-to-day content management process.

 

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Steve Kiernan's curator insight, August 28, 2013 1:14 PM

And what will it look like with new, wearable gear coming out from Samsung and Apple?  Now more than ever, you should develop a strategy to get here!