Most of us use some type of map –– be it the Google or paper variety –– to navigate around unknown cities and places. Navigation helps us to get to where we need to go, and anyone who’s had their phone die on them in a new city knows how it feels to be completely lost.
I’ve spent a lot of time chatting with NYC Contentful users about their experiences using our software, and I've been hearing a lot about the pitfalls that editors and developers experience when setting up previews. Editors and developers both interact with the same projects, but their experiences with those projects are completely different.
I work at DoSomething dot org, which is the largest not-for-profit exclusively for young people and social change. Our digital platform activates millions of young people to create offline impact in every US area code and in 131 countries. We run social good campaigns (350+!) where our members can learn about a social issue, take some practical actions to help solve that issue and report back to us to verify their social action. Through these campaigns, DoSomething members have clothed half of America’s youth in homeless shelters. They’ve cleaned up 3.7 million cigarette butts. They’ve run the world’s largest youth-led sports equipment drive. And much more!
Contentful participated in Girls' Day, an event aimed at encouraging more girls and women to consider careers in tech.
The Nuxt.js framework and Contentful can be used to quickly create sophisticated and efficient blogs. Nuxt.js, developed over the VueJS platform, provides server-side rendering, which gives bloggers access to valuable SEO content.
As companies migrate their workflows to become increasingly digital, content design and editorial needs are also changing. Companies need to reimagine how they work with content and deliver it to users.
It’s not enough to say that you take security seriously. You either live it daily, or you don’t. The challenge of implementing security in startups is nothing new. How do you grow the business and invest in the right projects while maintaining customer trust?
Your website is the frontline when it comes to competing for customers. But what many organizations don’t realize is that it’s also competing for talent to develop and maintain it. An outdated, faulty or slow website can turn away potential talent at first glance. And for those that do bring talent through the door, a site built on legacy infrastructure can be a dealbreaker.
Optimizely recently launched a refreshed visual design of the marketing website that showcases our new brand identity across several key areas of the site. While most people notice the visual changes to the website, in this blog post series, I want to focus on the systems redesign we have undergone for the past two years to build experimentation into the DNA of our marketing stack. After all, the #1 question I am asked is how our team uses Optimizely on our own website. It’s actually a pretty interesting story.
Contentful is more than a content solution or a development tool. It changes the way you work, making editors, marketers, product owners and developers much happier and more productive. “It’s just another way of life,” asserts Esa McGavin, the product owner of Contentful’s website. “I’m already forgetting how bad it used to be before Contentful,” she says adding that she doesn’t think she could go back. “If I ever left I would insist that the company use Contentful or a system like it.” So what sets Contentful apart as a solution that both developers and content editors love?
Hooked up a @contentful CMS to my @gatsbyjs site while hosting on @Netlify Very easy and intuitive process, thank you guys! 🙏
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