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Content Modeling Show

Content Modeling Open Graph Tags

Content Modeling Open Graph Tags

Episode #
19

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we'll chat about the Open Graph tags used by Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook and how we can create a content model architecture to support Open Graph tags in all of our content types.

Inheritance vs. Composition in Content Modeling

Inheritance vs. Composition in Content Modeling

Episode #
18

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we're going to explore inheritance and composition as tools to build our content models. We'll define each and explore the benefits and drawbacks of each type.

Content Types vs Components Revisited

Content Types vs Components Revisited

Episode #
17

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, I'm going to define what are content types and how they are different from content components. I'm also going to cover the difference between private and global types and single entry (settings) content types.

Reverse Engineering the LinkedIn Learning Content Model

Reverse Engineering the LinkedIn Learning Content Model

Episode #
16

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we'll analyze Linkedin Learning, its course and learning path structure and create a content model we can use to create our own "learning management system" to use with our courses.

Creating a Content Model that Supports System Integrations

Creating a Content Model that Supports System Integrations

Episode #
15

Your headless CMS is usually your single source of truth for your content. This means that other systems will need to consume the content stored in it. In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we'll create a content model that enables us to support an unlimited number of system integrations so that it is scalable and we don't need to change the content model every time a new system needs to get content from your headless CMS.

Content Modeling Digital Product Pricing Packages

Content Modeling Digital Product Pricing Packages

Episode #
14

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we'll analyze the digital product pricing packages of 3 websites: Mailchimp, Calendly and LuciChart. We'll then design a scalable content model to support all three, enter that model in Contentful and then run some GraphQL queries to test out our content model.

Modeling the Canva Knowledge Base Help Site

Modeling the Canva Knowledge Base Help Site

Episode #
13

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we'll look at the Canva.com Knowledge Base support site, analyze all of its content types and create a scalable model that allows its content to be reused and delivered via various delivery channels, not just the web.

Modeling Website Filters and Facets Part 2

Modeling Website Filters and Facets Part 2

Episode #
12

In Episode 11 of the Content Modeling Show, we looked at Epicurious.com and modeled their tags and facets. In today's Episode, we'll analyze Etsy.com and build a content model for their categories, tags, filters and facets. We'll build a scalable solution to empower authors to maintain not just the tagging of content, but the creation of filters and facets that will allow users of the website to narrow their searches down.

Modeling Website Filters and Facets

Modeling Website Filters and Facets

Episode #
11

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, we'll analyze Epicurious.com and build a content model for their categories, tags, filters and facets. We'll build a scalable solution to empower authors to maintain not just the tagging of content, but the creation of filters and facets that will allow users of the website to narrow their searches down.

Modeling a Global Settings System

Modeling a Global Settings System

Episode #
10

In any content project, we will have metadata and content that is global. How can we model a scalable content model to support that? In this episode, we'll create a content model that supports various types of global content, such as Google Analytics, social media icons, default home page, default SEO metadata, default CSS, and more.

Modeling SEO Metadata

Modeling SEO Metadata

Episode #
9

In this episode, we'll create a scalable model to support all kinds of SEO metadata, including Google, Facebook, Twitter and other social media

Modeling Microcopy - In-App Messages

Modeling Microcopy - In-App Messages

Episode #
8

In this episode, we'll continue our journey of modeling microcopy by tackling app messages. Every web (or mobile) app has various kinds of messages for the user including system errors, informational messages and transactional messages (e.g. Email, SMS).

Modeling Microcopy - Tooltips

Modeling Microcopy - Tooltips

Episode #
7

In this episode, we'll continue our journey of modeling microcopy by tackling tooltips. Every web (or mobile) app has fields that users have to fill out. Those fields usually have tooltips that are maintained by engineers. Let's give that power back to our authors!

Modeling Microcopy - Field Labels

Modeling Microcopy - Field Labels

Episode #
6

In this episode, we'll start our journey of modeling microcopy by tackling field labels. Every web (or mobile) app has fields that users have to fill out. Those fields are labeled usually by engineering. Let's give that power back to our authors!

Modeling a Scalable Website Carousel

Modeling a Scalable Website Carousel

Episode #
5

In this episode, we'll explore various carousels used on websites and how they can be modeled in a structured way.

Three Ways to Model Featured Content

Three Ways to Model Featured Content

Episode #
4

In this episode, you'll learn three different ways to model “featured content” (e.g. What’s New, Breaking News, Featured Product, etc) for your headless CMS implementation.

Modeling a Landing Page

Modeling a Landing Page

Episode #
3

In this episode, we'll look at how to break down a landing page into content types.

Modeling a Navigation System

Modeling a Navigation System

Episode #
2

In this episode of the Content Modeling show, I show you how to create a scalable navigation system that can be used on any website.

Content Types vs. Components

Content Types vs. Components

Episode #
1

In this episode of the Content Modeling Show, you'll learn all about Content Types and Components, the differences between them and when you should use a component versus a content type.

Modeling Global Website Settings

Modeling Global Website Settings

Episode #
0

In this on-demand webinar, I'll be showing you how to model a navigation system, global settings, a page framework and much more using Miro to start with and finally, inside of Contentful.

Modeling Visible and Non Visible Content

Modeling Visible and Non Visible Content

Episode #
0

In this on-demand webinar, you'll get an overview of the pieces required to model both your visible and non-visible content inside of Contentful. We'll define all the terms you need to know, we'll break apart an article into structured data, deciding which "metadata" is required and why and then creating the model inside of Contentful.