A common pattern in modern web projects is the archipelago—a single organization whose “website” is really a loosely connected cluster of sites on a common platform. Each archipelago’s history is different, but their problems are the same: How do you implement modern content standards across these separate-but-same organizations? How do you bring coherence while accounting for the different needs that produced the islands in the first place?
This session offers tools for diagnosing common “archipelago problems,” and lessons learned from projects in government, education, and enterprise.
In this session, you’ll learn:
Who should attend: Content strategists who work at or with segmented organizations, where a central body works directly with a diverse set of supporting players. Common examples of this include higher education and government.
Senior Digital Strategist, Lullabot
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