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It has been a while since I blogged on here and I wanted to share some progress around the digital content strategy.
So the following is a version of a recent update I gave internally using the 5 themes identified in the strategy as the basis for progress – this should give you a flavour of the work we have done and the progress made.
- Standards Driven
- User Driven
- Work with others
- Agile and Responsive
- Future proof
The following represents a high level summary of progress
Standards Driven – (a global experience language)
Our web domain will be an ecosystem or network of solutions all governed by a set of rules (a global experience language, or GEL ) so they look, talk and behave like part of the core and are also searchable and indexed from a single (federated) search facility.… Read the restPosted in Digital | Tagged content, content strategy, migration, Wordpress | 1 CommentDigital | Tagged communication, content strategy, copywriting, keywords, Plain English, SEO, training, usability, user experience, writing | 3 Comments
This post could be seen as a part 1 or part 2 in a series as my colleague Sam Freeman will also be writing a post about wordpress, but more about the background as to why we chose it as a team. This post focuses on the corporate CMS opportunity of wordpress and to dispel a few myths that it is simply a blogging platform.
As a team, we’d all agreed that WordPress was the sensible platform to go with. We had enough HTML / CSS skills in the team to create templates and themes as well as PHP / MySQL skills in order to tweak and create bespoke functionality.… Read the restPosted in Digital | Tagged content, content strategy, open data, Wordpress | 2 CommentsDigital | Tagged content strategy, data, digital by design, digpensw, hackathon, linked data, met office, open by default, open data, weather | 1 Comment