Website administrators in the Life Sciences industry face the difficult task of building a website that disseminates information effectively. Why is this necessary? Certificates of analysis, material safety datasheets, tech sheets, etc. have existed for years in the Life Sciences industry. For safety and legal reasons, many customers require that a printed copy of these documents exist where the products are being used; therefore, customers need to find these documents on their vendors’ websites - fast.
If you want to understand structured content and its benefits. there's no better person to talk to than Ann Rockley. Ann is often referred to as the mother of content strategy and is the creator of the concept "intelligent content" (what we also call "structured content"). This is why we invited Rockley to host a webinar with us on the topic. Learn more about structured content and intelligent content in this recap of our webinar with Ann Rockley.
It's finally here! Ingeniux CMS 10 has been released into the wild and we are thrilled at the opportunity to show off the new user interface, features, and functionality to our customers. In the coming months you'll see a lot of information on the latest release of our CMS software in an effort to educate and inspire those who are starting to use CMS 10. On the blog we'll highlight important new features and how to use them. In our first installment, we take a look at the new and improved content editing features in Ingeniux CMS 10 and how users can start taking advantage of them today.
It's time for a website redesign and you aren't sure if your current web content management system can support the new features and functionality, not to mention user experience you want. Before you decide to cut the cord and enter into a complex RFP process, print off this 7-point checklist to determine if your CMS has what it takes to deliver your next generation higher education experience.
The sixth annual Ingeniux User Conference is just around the corner, and we are thrilled to have Rebekah Cancino, Content Strategy and User Experience Lead at Onward, join us as a keynote speaker for the event. In our exclusive pre-conference interview with Rebekah, we chat about the important intersection between content strategy and design. We then go on to discuss how organizations can use a cross-discipline collaboration approach to improve their content strategy.
In a perfect world, every organization would use a single content management system to manage all their content. Service and support, marketing, even the knowledge management team would use the same CMS. That CMS would provide all the features and functionality necessary to create great customer experiences. But that perfect world doesn't exist for most organizations. Even within a single department – like Marketing, for instance – you will often see more than one solution for managing content and experiences. In our wrap-up with content strategist Robert Rose, we discuss the state of web content management today, and how Marketing can effectively approach this complex landscape.
It's interesting to talk with potential customers and hear their requirements for making the course catalog available on the website. Some think all they can do is provide a PDF that they update every quarter. What we show them is something better. Something that gives them the best of both worlds: an online searchable catalog and a downloadable PDF for offline viewing or sharing.
You've decided you need a central hub for your employees, a place where they can go to read everything that's happening in the company, get access to tools and content they need to do their jobs, and a place where they can communicate and collaborate with their teammates and the rest of the company. This central hub is your Intranet. The easy part is deciding you need one, now the work begins to get it implemented.
Creating great web experiences for prospective students, parents, and alumni is top of mind for all higher education institutions. As a result, the marketing and communications teams spend a great deal of time and effort to ensure those experiences are engaging and help drive conversions. So, what happens once a student decides to attend your institution? How do you seamlessly shift focus and effort to admissions and retention? A student portal can help.