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Invited by the local @IxDA group UX Romandie in Lausanne to talk about how we applied urban planning principles to the UX planning for the TYPO3 Neos CMS.

It was also a talk about how to apply framework-thinking to any kind of User Experience project to overcome death-by-wireframes. When you're able to architect activity compartmentalization, you free up time as a UX'er.

In addition, my goal for this talk was to explain how we bridged quite abstract UX concepts to actual implementation in practise on an enterprise-level, complex piece of software.

More information:

UX Romandie:
http://uxromandie.ch/episode-21-designing-a-cms-for-the-future/

Sponsor: Ttree
http://ttree.ch/live/agenda/2013/uxromandie-21-designing-a-cms-for-the-future-of-web-edition.html

TYPO3 Neos:
http://neos.typo3.org/

Karen McGrane about TYPO3 Neos:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhOQfnEQ7lc

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UX Romandie: Designing a CMS for the future

  1. DESIGNING A CMS FOR THE FUTURE TYPO3 NEOS UX | UX ROMANDIE |  17TH OF DECEMBER 2013 |  @RASMUSSKJOLDAN
  2. UX INFRASTRUCTURE
  3. 1. URBAN PLANNING PRINCIPLES
  4. 2. TYPO3 NEOS MASTER PLAN
  5. 3. AUTHOR EXPERIENCE DESIGN
  6. ME & TYPO3
  7. NUMBER-FREE ZONE
  8. URBAN PLANNING
  9. BEAUTIFUL PROBLEMS
  10. CMS, A TOOL TO DO… ! LOTS OF UNKNOWN STUFF
  11. URBAN PLANNING: INCLUSIVENESS REGENERATION
 TRANSPORT WAYFINDING 
 LIVABILITY 
 PRIVATE & PUBLIC SPACE
  12. NEOS MASTER PLAN
  13. 5 GUIDING PRINCIPLES
  14. CREATE BOUNDARIES
  15. THE CMS MUST FOLLOW YOUR THINKING — NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND
  16. WHEN YOU NEED POWER FOR YOUR SHED, DON’T USE A NUCLEAR PLANT
  17. TEST STUFF BEFORE YOU SHIP IT
  18. INCLUSIVENESS REGENERATION
 TRANSPORT WAYFINDING 
 LIVABILITY 
 PRIVATE & PUBLIC SPACE
  19. NEOS MASTER PLAN
  20. FULL-SCREEN / IN-PLACE EDITING
  21. TOP ENABLED, PUBLISHING (SEND TO NEXT STEP IN WORKFLOW)
  22. FULL MENU SHOWING SITES (THERE CAN BE MORE) + MODULES
  23. NAVIGATE / CONTENT TREE (CAN SHOW ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, TAGS, BLOG POSTS, SHORTCUTS ETC.)
  24. “STRUCTURE” MENU GETS YOU INTO NESTED ELEMENTS
  25. INSPECTOR – PROPERTIES, META-DATA, VARIANT SELECTIONS
  26. INSPECTOR – CHANGING THE PUBLISHING DATE
  27. INSPECTOR – CHANGING THE PAGE TITLE
  28. EDIT / PREVIEW MODES
  29. EDITING CONTENT WITHOUT TEMPLATE
  30. TEMPLATE-LESS EDITING INTERFACE IN FULL-SCREEN
  31. HOMES STREETS
  32. PUBLIC PRIVATE
  33. CONTENT METADATA
  34. AUTHOR EXPERIENCE DESIGN
  35. TAILOR THE AUTHORING EXPERIENCE
  36. “AXD” ! 1. EDIT MODES ! 2. PRIORITIZED PREVIEWS ! 3. CUSTOMIZE UI’S
  37. EDIT/PREVIEW FRAMEWORK EDIT PREVIEW
  38. AMERICAN EXPRESS: STRUCTURED CONTENT—WITH IN-PLACE EDITING
  39. WHAT’S NEXT?
  40. LOCALISATION
  41. RELATIONSHIP PLANNING
  42. RITUALISTIC DESIGN
  43. @RASMUSSKJOLDAN ! RASMUSSKJOLDAN.COM ! SLIDESHARE.COM/RASMUSSKJOLDAN
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Invited by the local @IxDA group UX Romandie in Lausanne to talk about how we applied urban planning principles to the UX planning for the TYPO3 Neos CMS. It was also a talk about how to apply framework-thinking to any kind of User Experience project to overcome death-by-wireframes. When you're able to architect activity compartmentalization, you free up time as a UX'er. In addition, my goal for this talk was to explain how we bridged quite abstract UX concepts to actual implementation in practise on an enterprise-level, complex piece of software. More information: UX Romandie: http://uxromandie.ch/episode-21-designing-a-cms-for-the-future/ Sponsor: Ttree http://ttree.ch/live/agenda/2013/uxromandie-21-designing-a-cms-for-the-future-of-web-edition.html TYPO3 Neos: http://neos.typo3.org/ Karen McGrane about TYPO3 Neos: www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhOQfnEQ7lc

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