Content authors constantly juggle new landing pages and updates to existing content. However, content on modern websites must serve a complicated set of needs that often exceeds the authors' capabilities. This is especially true for those authors not trained for the web.
To ensure that content is findable, consistent, responsive, accessible, and more, you need structured content. Structured content provides guardrails for authors to keep things consistent, makes content easier to find for your audience and search engines, and enables content reuse.
Join Greg Dunlap from Lullabot and Dawn Connet from the State of Iowa to learn:
- How structuring your content allows your authors to focus on their expertise
- How to begin the process of structuring your content
- How to find the right balance between structure and flexibility
We'll also discuss the tradeoffs we made while building the State of Iowa's new Drupal 10 platform.