There were a few questions from the previous post on the metadata we’re planning on using for the Web Guide, so we thought we’d break it down a little and go into the various decisions we made along the way.
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In the last post, I spoke about the way we are developing the information architecture to ensure that content is easily discoverable, relevant and able to be sliced and diced a number of ways.
But these aren’t the only issues regarding content on the site. In reviewing the focus group information and brainstorming ourselves, we came [...]
Content on the Web Publishing Guide is designed to assist Australian Government agencies to:
Identify their legal and policy obligations
Meet their legal and policy obligations
Establish, manage and decommission their website(s)
Apply web-based technologies to achieve their business goals
Or, as we’ve dubbed it internally, “eating our own dogfood“.
The existing Web Publishing Guide and the associated Better Practice Checklists have plenty of guidance regarding Maintenance, Managing Online Content and Implementing a Content Management System.
Even though we’re not implementing a new CMS (at least not initially), the following activities described in our own guidance have [...]