What You Can Learn from Marie Kondo About Running a Content Audit

It’s a new year, and one of your resolutions might be keeping a more minimalist lifestyle. A few years ago, I read Marie Kondo’s book about the benefits and practice of keeping things tidy. And it planted a seed in my mind about how this applies to content. And in particular, your content strategy. How can we apply the same techniques that result in a well-organized drawers and closets to well-organized content hierarchy and navigation? How can they guide your next content audit?

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Using Real Content: Data Import

Sometimes, we find issues with content that are not anticipated by the planning process since they don't show up by looking at sample content or discussing the major use cases of the site. By looking at real content during the data import phase, these issues can be dealt with at an early stage in the development process.

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Using Real Content: CCK and Taxonomy

Building a comprehensive information architecture for a content-heavy website can be a challenge. Luckily, Drupal is great for rapid development and by building content types early on, it's easier to discover issues with either the content, design, or architectural decisions.

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Using Real Content: The Design Phase

Every project we do at Evolving Web has a content import component. Whether the content consists of legacy data sources or a single CSV file with freshly written text, we usually have enough content to consider writing one or several import scripts to import it into Drupal.

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