Friday 10th April, 2015
9:55am to 11:05am
Content owners know -- it's not the technical 'lift' of migrating content that's often the most complex and frustrating aspect of a large upgrade or implementation process -- it's the pre-work and analysis that accompany large (and small) scale migrations. This session focuses on step-by-step instructions for preparing your content (and your content authors!) for the migration process.
the content audit
tools to assist with the tagging and taxonomy process
real-world stories from successful migrations
pros and cons of different migration tools
the practical business decisions you'll need to make to make this migration a success
Sr. Manager and Experience Architect at Protiviti
Maggie Swearingen has more than 8 years experience managing dozens of Web projects from the ground up. As an Experience Architect she is responsible for guiding clients through the critical information architecture phase of project implementation. She advises clients with regard to content strategy, overall usability and user experience. Additionally, as a user adoption and governance specialist she is responsible for assisting clients through the creation and implementation of their governance plans. Maggie works directly with clients, sharing vital information about user adoption best practices and her keen understanding of online user behavior and user engagement methodology.
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