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Content Architecture

A Content Management System allows for the ultimate flexibility for publishing your content. Content Architecture Document is the specification to help make that happen.

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Content Architecture

  1. 1. CAD! Content Architecture Document By: Dara Pressley May 5, 2017
  2. 2. Page 2/25 What is a CAD 1. Content Architecture Design (CAD)
  3. 3. Page 3/25 The CAD • is how the database is developed • describes how to create shareable content • provides content specifications
  4. 4. A Content Management System allows for the ultimate flexibility for publishing your content. Content Architecture Document is the specification to help make that happen. Page 4/25
  5. 5. The task of creating the CAD cannot happen in a Silo. Teams should collaborate together to assure that the architecture is strong. Page 5/25
  6. 6. A recipe for a database • A recipe fits into nice recognizable parts: title, description, ingredients, prep and cook time. • Parsing the information correctly into the CMS can create a rich experience on the site ⁃ Grocery list can be created from the ingredients ⁃ Titles and images can be used to create modules on other pages to drive traffic ⁃ Layouts can be changed for printing or device optimization Page 6/25
  7. 7. Adding the meta-data • Tags can be created to drive faceted search • Categories help to create related recipe links Page 7/25
  8. 8. Properly structured content allows content to be shared easily with other pages and tools included in meal plan search results twitter Sharable content Page 8/25
  9. 9. Authored Sta+c Dynamic Information architecture The Architect has to think about how the information moves through the site • What content is authored on the page • Where dynamic content comes from • What content is static to the template Page 9/25
  10. 10. Style: Fun Character: 40 Type: H1 Style: Fun Character: 180 Type: Text Content specifications Specfications indicate voice and tone as well as governace rules Page 10/25
  11. 11. What is this? The CAD lets us agree on the nomenclature that we will use • Feature • Hero • Banner • Spotlight • Oasis Is it a: Nomenclature Page 11/25
  12. 12. Preparing for the CAD 2. Page 12/25
  13. 13. Before you begin building Audience Is it Living? Ideally, both developers and content authors will share the document. However, be prepared to create a “light” version that can be used for just for authors. Using an online tool, like a wiki, will allow for easier collaboration, updating, and linking between items than a static PDF. Page 13/25
  14. 14. The example I will be showing on in the next section shows the base requirements for the CAD, and is designed to be CMS generic. Page 14/25
  15. 15. Building the CAD 3. Page 15/25
  16. 16. The CAD is divided into sections • Wireframes • Page Layouts • Components • Global Schema • Glossary Page 16/25
  17. 17. What do you need to capture Page 17/25 Different projects have different needs for the type of information they need to capture. The type of CMS used may also require different information. Also, functional specifications can be added so that the CAD is the only deliverable — instead of both CAD and Specs. However, if content author’s are part of the audience, that can be overwhelming.
  18. 18. Wireframes Wireframes define the structure or regions of the CMS template. The CAD contents both an index page of wireframe thumbnails and a detail page. It’s good list list the page layouts that use this template. 01- Home 04 - Right Rail 05 - Left Rail 06- Blog 03 - Fullwidth B02 - Fullwidth A A - Header 1 - Hero 2 - Page Body 3 - Sidebar 5 - Footer Blog Gallery Meal Plans Regions Page Layouts A 1 2 3 B A 1 2 3 B Page 18/25
  19. 19. Page Layouts The page layout shows an example of a page and the components that would be used in each region. Any page level properties or custom logic would show here as well. Layout Name: Template: Jira Ticket: Blog Template 06 ES - 300 1 2 3 ID 1 2 3 Region Hero Page Body Sidebar Component Hero Image Hero Text Gallery Shopping Link Social Sharing Featured Chef Paired Drinks Linking to your ticketing system can help with development tracking Page 19/25
  20. 20. Components The component section identifies field level information for each component. • Annotated image with markers for each field. • Component level meta data • Field level properties ⁃ (next slide) 1 2 Component Name Gallery Template Template 06 Jira Ticket ES-304 Page 20/25
  21. 21. Components (Gallery) ID Field Name Field Type Authored Required Content Specs Container/Schema Is Searchable Comments A Gallery Gallery ItemMulti-valued Dynamic Yes ID Field Name Field Type Authored Required Content Specs Container/Schema Is Searchable Comments 1 2 Gallery Image Gallery Text Recipe: Image Recipe: Title Recipe URL Link Schema Image Link Text Dynamic Dynamic Yes Yes Gallery Gallery Item Page 21/25
  22. 22. Components (Recipe) ID Field Name Field Type Authored Required Content Specs Container/Schema Is Searchable Comments 1 Title Character: 160H1 Authored Yes Yes 3 Description Rich Text Authored Yes Yes 6 Save “Save this recipe” Recipe: Title Schema: Link Text Text Link Dynamic Yes 7 Add to List “Add recipe to shopping list” Recipe: Ingredients Schema: Link Text Text Link Dynamic Yes 8 Prep Time Input in minutesInteger Authored Yes 9 Cook Time Input in minutesInteger Authored Yes 10 Serving Size Integer Authored Yes 11 Ingredients Label “Ingredients”Text Static Yes 12 Ingredients Array Authored Yes List needs to be written in a way that information can be parsed for shopping list. Also, links to other recipes needs to be available 13 Directions Rich Text Authored Yes 14 Category Multi-valued Authored Yes Schema: Categories Author selects from list 15 Tags Multi-valued Authored Yes Schema: Tags Author selects from list. Author can add new. 16 Short Description Text Authored Yes Character: 120 Used for social sharing 2 Image Image Authored Yes image fits to 100% of container 4 Allergens Label “Free of:”Text Static No If there aren’t any allergens, field does not display 5 Allergens Schema: AllergensMulti-valued Authored No Author selects from listYes Page 22/25
  23. 23. Schemas Schemas are created for often used field groups. For example, link text or categories. Using the schema assures that the author is including the right information each time they use one of these fields. All global schemas can be listed on one page in the CAD Schema Name Link Text Description Used to create links Root element name link_name Schema Type Field Name Description Field Type Required Multi-value url URL link Text Yes No text Text of link Text Yes No alt Alternative text Text Yes No Content Schema Schema Name Allergen Description Used to show whether an allergen is in or is absent Root element name allergens Schema Type Field Name Description Field Type Required Multi-value id Number of allergen Integer Yes No name Name to display Text Yes No icon Icon to display Icon Yes No include Indicates that allergen is present Toggle Yes No Taxonomy Schema Page 23/25
  24. 24. Glossary The last section of the CAD is the glossary. There are two types of glossaries: 1. The CAD glossary identifies the meaning of the CAD based terminology. 2. The glossary of terms specifies nomenclature for the particular project. Page 24/25
  25. 25. Thanks! Any questions? You can find me on twitter: @uxdiva