So far, in our look at website implementation strategies, we’ve talked about having the CMS vendor do most of the work and lead the project, outsourcing the project to a third-party integrator and doing the work yourself. The last approach we want to talk about is co-developing the website with your CMS vendor or a third-party integrator/design agency.
Gartner released a new report, “Hybrid Headless Content as a Service Is the Future of Digital Experiences,” and makes some key points that Ingeniux has believed in for a while now. Headless content management is quickly becoming an approach that many organizations are looking at to solve the requirement to deliver content to multiple channels. It’s a good approach, but it’s not always the right approach. Instead of thinking pure headless, most organizations should be thinking hybrid – or as Gartner puts it “hybrid headless.”
There are many ways you can approach a website redesign or new web CMS implementation project. In this post we’ll look at having the CMS vendor run the project and do the implementation work. In this installment of our website implementation series, we'll show you what it looks like when the vendor implements your web experience.
In this installment of our series on website implementation, we explore why an organization might want to go the DIY route. Some organizations choose to go the route of doing the entire redesign project in-house. Typically, these are organizations that have a strong development team as well as designers. In this approach, the development team understands how to work with the CMS already, or they get trained to work with the CMS before they start developing the new website.
It is that time of year. The time when we look back and think about all the changes that have taken place in content management and digital experience. We’ve covered a lot on the blog this year; we hope you enjoyed reading it as much as we did writing it. While we’d love for you to take the time to digest everything again, there are ten that we know we’ll appreciate reading again (or maybe for the first time!). We hope you enjoy!
Ingeniux works closely with higher education institutes on their digital experiences. From implementing a new content management system to redeveloping the web experience or creating a student portal, we understand the opportunities and challenges unique to this market. To help us continue to provide technology and strategic advice, we’re introducing a new member of the higher education team at Ingeniux.
There are many reasons to implement a new web experience, and they don’t all relate to a bad design. Whatever is driving the need to implement a new website experience, there are several ways you can approach your project, each with a set of advantages and disadvantages that you should carefully consider before moving forward. In this blog we take a look at the four implementation approaches we take at Ingeniux and what you should know about each of them.
The Ingeniux User Conference, which took place July 24-26, 2019, brought us three days of informative sessions, great networking opportunities, and enlightening keynotes. Each year, the conference gives us an opportunity to connect with Ingeniux customers in-person, listen to their feedback, and get to know the Ingeniux user community. Read highlights from the 2019 event and find information on the 2020 conference!