Drupal websites are known for having lots of content and thousands of pages. Manually reviewing each page is just unrealistic in time and manpower. I’ve developed a way to reduce the number of pages for manual review based upon business rules that take the politics and emotions out of the process. You can be confident that your time is used wisely to review the most important and relevant pages for your audiences. After this session, attendees will: • Have a step-by-step process for conducting a content audit • Examples to reduce the number of pages that need manual review • How to organize and manage the information needed in a content audit • How to divide the assessment process into manageable goals This session will be a new talk that I have not presented at other engagements.
Donna Habersaat is passionate about solving problems and making people’s lives easier through design-led thinking. Donna began her career in web design in 1995, where she worked on one of the largest content-based websites. Over the years she has applied her skills to a number of large websites that have evolved in design, technology and content structure. Donna has a Master of Science in Information Science with a concentration in Usability and Information Architecture. Currently, the President of the Austin, TX chapter of the User Experience Professional Association (UXPA), coordinating monthly seminars to grow, foster and educate the local UX community. Speaking engagements: • Content Planning For Your 360° Photos VR Experience, BigDesign 2018, Dallas, Texas, 9/21/2018 • Ginger Chews & Hygiene Masks: Testing Usability for WebVR, UXPA International 2018, Puerto Rico, 6/28/2018 • Applying Design Thinking Methodology for Higher Education and Information Architecture for Higher Ed at Cornell Drupal Camp, Cornell New York, 10/20/2017 • Applying Design Thinking Methodology Part 1 and Part 2 (Methodology in Practice Workshop), Texas Drupal Camp, Austin, Texas, 6/4/2017