Tag: information architecture

Blog post by Filip Božanović • 5 Jun 2015

What I've learned at SOLIDay 2015

This was supposed to be a quick recap of my experiences at SOLIDay Serbia (May 30th, 2015), but I’ve opted for a lengthier exposition because there was so much going on and a short post just wouldn’t do the event justice.

Blog post by Igor Vrdoljak • 2 Dec 2014

Tidying up your free-form content with structured body field

There is an ongoing search in web community for an appropriate content modelling tool, one that could cope with conflicting requirements set by modern CMS development. We believe eZ Publish provided a viable solution a long time ago.

Blog post by Tomislav Buljević • 12 Mar 2014

How I delved into the world of teaching eZ Publish to people

This post will be all about my experiences on the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek, how the whole idea of a lecture and workshop came to me, and how it all realised in the end.

Blog post by Ivo Lukač • 14 May 2012

How to create a modern web site - part 3: the Web Content Model

This is the third post in the series on how to create a modern web site. In previous post we covered how to set up the baseline for a web project  and how to set up the site map. This post will cover the next step in a web project: the Web Content Model.