From WYSIWYG to pattern library: how to transition your web content

Higher ed websites are shifting out of rigid templates and free-for-all formatting and moving toward structured design systems and flexible layouts. These design changes mean a new way of thinking about content, too.

Learn how to head off trouble when migrating existing content and specific tactics to prepare your team, like dealing with multi-column formats and what to do when you have image-heavy new patterns but not the images to fill them.

Key takeaways from this webinar:

  • Understand how design systems impact the authoring process.
  • Help transition contributors and stakeholders from writing paragraphs to building pages.
  • How to “see” the UI patterns hiding in walls of text so you can build effective interactive pages.


Rachel DeLauder — NewCity

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