Case Studies and Optimizing Content
UCSF Template Project: A success story
We will be discussing the UCSF Template Project - a web solution we crafted for UCSF which enabled their campus wide web group to quickly deploy small consistent looking responsive websites for groups school wide with small digital budgets. The solution was an overwhelming success with over 85 sites launching in the first month.
Company: Chapter Three
Speaker/s: Mark Ferree (mrf)
Timeslot: 1:00pm - 1:15pm
Migration to Drupal. Case of the Stanford Graduate School of Business
We have migrated a large amount of data from static HTML pages into Drupal 7, preserved the entire URL structure, built the in-site search using Google Search Appliance, implemented the WebAuth authentication environment, and architected the system for an easy content-sharing experience. URL: www.gsb.stanford.edu
Speaker/s: Mihai Moscovici (moscovici)
Timeslot: 1:15pm - 1:30pm
Ten Minutes to Help You Take Your Online Publication from “Meh” to “Amazing!”
In this Lightning Talk, you will learn how to properly set up the content fields and structure Drupal for your online publication in order to deliver a superior user experience for your site visitors and administrators. Get insight from Unleashed Technologies’ lead developer, Ben Thomas, as he shares these essential tips for online publication success.
Company: Unleashed Technology
Speaker/s: Ben Thomas (bnthms88)
Timeslot: 1:30pm - 1:45pm
ELEGANT CONTENT SHARING: RIP FEEDS, HELLO LARGE-SCALE CONTENT SYNDICATION!
If you have more than one site you may have come across an issue with duplicate content or worse -- the mundane task of having to copy and paste your article several times only to have to update it all shortly thereafter. Old legacy solutions such as feeds and feed importers are just not flexible or powerful enough for your organization’s requirements. Now get ready to say hello to modern content sharing through REST based services. Intended Audience: This is intended for site owners with multiple websites to manage or anyone with a network of Drupal websites. Questions Answered: How can I share content to my other websites? How do you handle content relationships? Who has permissions over my content once it is shared? Do I have to follow the same template on all of my websites? What type of content sharing strategy works for me?
Speaker/s: Jennifer Hols
Timeslot: 1:45pm - 2:00pm