In this post we’re demonstrating how to implement content trees in Contentful, discussing other content classification strategies such as facets and tags, and considering how the flexibility of Contentful addresses market needs.
Sara Wachter-Boettcher runs a content strategy consultancy based in Philadelphia and she is the editor in chief of A List Apart. In her recent talk, Orchestrating Content, Sara shares the principles of facilitating content work as well as great examples of activities you can use to get your team moving toward modular, responsive, future-friendly content.
Syncing the content across different spaces can be quite a common task for Contentful users. Our partners over at Xebia share the solution they’ve come up with in this guest post.
Learn how to collaborate better by integrating Contentful with Trello, Gmail and Google Sheets. Come watch the webinar on Feb 12, 6:30 p.m., or take a look at the agenda further in the post.
The international software consulting firm Xebia, uses Contentful to power a 600+ static pages website of a major French online bank. Here is the full story of the project: why they chose Contentful and how it worked for them.
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