Corey Vilhauer Featured in “25 Hottest Web Design Techniques”

A better web means a better experience for everyone. Users should be able to reach what they need without worrying about how they're accessing the internet. Our user experience strategist Corey Vilhauer put his spin on this list of 25 techniques.

8/10/2015

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Blend user experience strategist Corey Vilhauer was featured in an article for net Magazine called “25 Hottest Web Design Techniques.” His submission:

18. Embrace the title field

“Nailing the title field can be an easy way to classify on the backend and clarify on the frontend,” advises Corey Vilhauer, UX strategist at Blend Interactive. “Make things easier for editors by being clear what each title field means. One should be for navigation (‘Classes’). One should represent the page’s title, which will populate the <title> (‘Our Classes’). And one should be used in the CMS to help keep things in order (‘Class Listing’). Mix and match as your organisation requires.”

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The Web Project Guide on Agile Digital Transformation Off-site link

The Web Project Guide’s Corey Vilhauer and Deane Barker joined Tim Butara and the Agile Digital Transformation podcast to talk about the process of writing the book, the web project process itself, and the role of agility when moving toward a successful launch.

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Episode 11: Model Your Content (w/ Jeff Eaton) Off-site link

Corey and Deane chat about the first time they realized they really liked content modeling, and how modeling is the hidden language of content.  Then, Jeff Eaton, partner at Autogram, joins to define content modeling, the concept of content reuse (and its many issues), and the balance between philosophical modeling and actually doing the work in spreadsheets.

September 15, 2022 | The Web Project Guide Podcast

Episode 10: Organize Your Content (w/ Lisa Maria Marquis) Off-site link

Corey and Deane chat about Information Architecture for the World Wide Web — ”The Polar Bear Book” — and then our experiences with information organization in real life. Then, Lisa Maria Marquis, author of Everyday Information Architecture and You Should Write a Book, joins to discuss how to frame information architecture for those who aren’t web people, the hidden biases in organizing content, and a bit about why you should write your own book. (We also take a critical look at Lisa Maria’s bookshelf.)

August 16, 2022 | The Web Project Guide Podcast

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