Tag Archives: content strategy
Posted on 14 November 2012 by Matt Down
This post could be seen as a part 1 or part 2 in a series as my colleague Sam Freeman will also be writing a post about wordpress, but more about the background as to why we chose it as a team. This post focuses on the corporate CMS opportunity of wordpress and to dispel a few myths that it is simply a blogging platform.
As a team, we’d all agreed that WordPress was the sensible platform to go with. We had enough HTML / CSS skills in the team to create templates and themes as well as PHP / MySQL skills in order to tweak and create bespoke functionality.… Read the rest
Posted on 17 October 2012 by Carl Haggerty
It is all well and good having really catchy principles or vision statements but the challenge is helping people understand what you mean – so what do we mean by Open by Default – Digital by Design. Continue reading
Posted on 4 July 2012 by Patrick Jones
In the year of the London Olympics I felt it only appropriate that I begin my blog with an athletics based cliché. The marathon I refer to though is not one that involves donning a pair of unnecessarily short shorts, running/walking/crawling for 26 miles, developing enormous blisters and producing gallons of sweat. Hopefully there will be no blood or tears either, although I can make no guarantees on that.
No, the marathon I’m referring to is far more challenging. A content review of the Devon County Council website. I think it’s probably fair to say that for sometime we as an organisation have been guilty of content creation and subsequent abandonment.… Read the rest