As the masses have become the media, it’s increasingly difficult for brands and individuals to cut through the noise. So what’s the antidote? According to noted business storyteller and author Park Howell, it’s the anecdote. By using our natural proclivity for storytelling, anyone can more effectively get their message across and be more effective in marketing, web development or anything else.
Content personalization has been talked about a lot lately. With so much content being created every day, content personalization is one of the most effective ways to help brands stand out from the crowd and get their target audience’s attention. The best marketers are delivering the right content to the right customer at the right time. But this is easier said than done.
The release of Mura 7.1 is the fruition of a vision for Mura as a modern platform that not only provides a way to effectively create and manage the digital experience, but one that helps developers thrive.
We are drowning. From ads to content marketing and everything in between, we are drowning in a sea of branded messaging that is almost impossible to keep up with. But why?
The next time you're tempted to overlook the small details of whatever you're working on – whether that's a technology for a digital interaction or something as simple as a well-thought-out meeting agenda, remember this: How you do the little things determines how you deliver the big things. No grand experience ever came from blowing off the details.
I was first introduced to the concept of Flow as we reworked our brand story. The brainchild of psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, flow is the engaged focus in an activity that brings an elevated level of enjoyment and fulfillment.
API-led development is a mindset and methodology which will make your digital experience projects more robust and reliable, and reduce the friction of managing even the largest projects.
Creating a brand story and Unique Value Proposition isn't easy. But it's imperative if you don't want to fall into the "low cost leader" category of commoditization.
API-led development is a mindset that takes control away from the application and hands it back to the developer. It used to be that the application defined the bulk of the requirements. UI, platform, migration, future-proofing, deployment and lifecycle. By thinking API-first, a lot of that simply goes away.
These days it's hard to get very far, when considering a new site launch or refresh, without coming across WordPress. Which is no surprise, considering it powers almost a third of the internet.
What is surprising is how often it's considered for larger organizations, especially when security and compliance with regulations like the GDPR can create significant risk.
It might sound crazy, but a few rounds of Cards Against Humanity can teach you quite a bit about content personalization. Players quickly learn that no content experience is neutral. A combination of cards that delights one player might flop with everyone else.
Avenues for learning about Mura are more prevalent than ever, with an unprecedented array of options for following announcements, taking part in community discussions, and keeping apprised of important product updates.