RESS design, a hybrid of adaptive content and responsive design
Approach to the RESS programming philosophy, server-side identification of the model Internet device. Similarly which filters design elements can filter content components. Thereby be combined adaptive content with RWD.
The bulky instruction manuals that are delivered along with the products are obsolete. They are little effective communicatively and expensive for the manufacturer. Implementing a successful content strategy will improve the brand communication of the product guides and greatly reduce production costs.
Hasty guide of strategic content types for profane
Definition of the types of messages in content strategy. Explanations are designed for potential customers who are unaware of the functionality and features of each of the types of content that we work with.
Functions and objectives of the mandatory annual review of content
The functions of the periodic review of web content is the alignment between the message and the brand, consistency of content, strategic coherence, respect of the legal commitment, technological effectiveness and detection of changes of interest in the audience. Some objectives may be covered by the in-house content strategist. Others can only address them outside consultants in content strategy.
The cruft is formed by elements of programming and content components that impair the correct transmission of the page message. Although the effect seems imperceptible, users are frustrated by not access the content they want immediately. The content strategist must sublimate the main content and eliminate or relegate secondary and superfluous content based on the device query.
Two hundred and strategists around the world, in Barcelona’s Confab
Two hundred content strategists around the world have gathered in Confab Europe, held today in Barcelona. The Confab is the most important meeting for strategists and held in Europe for the second time. The sessions can be followed by using the Twitter hashtag #ConfabEU.
Nielsen: the apps occupy 80% of the connection from mobile devices
The cross-platform Nielsen study corresponding to the fourth quarter of 2013 shows that over 80% of the time Internet from mobile devices is done through apps. It’s the fastest growing trend is compared to browsing web pages. The adaptive content and the responsive design have been called into question by the study data.