Monday 3rd December to Wednesday 5th December

UX & Content

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Monday 3rd December

CLAW is a digital repository based on Drupal 8 and Fedora Commons 4. It is increasingly used by libraries, museums, and universities to showcase digital collections and research outputs. Learn about using linked data, W3C standards, and micro-services, for your content collections.

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Monday 3rd December

Though understated and often overlooked, microcopy is a powerful tool for improving product experiences. In this presentation we'll cover what microcopy is and how it can be used. The goal is to encourage design teams to consider their choice of words and its impact to the user experience.

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Monday 3rd December

You hear it all the time - companies asking you for feedback, a rating, a review... but what should they be doing with this feedback? There’s a lot we can learn from companies who have successfully used feedback to their advantage to help increase customer satisfaction, retention and loyalty.

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Monday 3rd December

Imagine a world where we don't create and consume content any more. Instead, we conceive, nurture and interact with it. And 'we' includes our machines and system processes too.

Imagine a world where the content has the life of its own.

We are witnessing the birth of intelligent content.

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Tuesday 4th December

I built same website using Wix, Wordpress and Drupal. This session compares 3 different technologies and their tools. There are number of things we can learn from Drupal alternatives and number of things Drupal can teach them.

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Tuesday 4th December

We can drastically improve the editor experience by treating the editor as a first class user of a Drupal site. This presentation will give practical tips on a GovCMS8 site to make the editor experience more accessible and powerful.

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