Emily Drumm from GlobalCloud will present an experience-based session entitled UX & Mura CMS: Designing Great Experiences For Content Managers & Front-End Users at MuraCon 2017 in Sacramento on Friday, February 10. Since beginning to work with Mura CMS in 2012 as part of an active design and development team, she has cultivated an array of useful tips and sometimes life-saving techniques. This one-hour session will provide an overview of the general development approach used by the Global Cloud team, along with some specific principles and best practices implemented along the way. Join Emily and a host of other experts in the field on February 9th and 10th in Sacramento, for the best and biggest MuraCon conference yet!
The schedule for MuraCon 2017 includes two exceptional presentations by veteran Mura user and innovator Ryan Watts. His first session, Web Components & How To Use Them in a Mura Application, will be presented on Thursday, February 9 at 3:00 pm. Ryan's second talk at MuraCon 2017, Using Mura CMS as a Headless CMS with Polymer Web Components, will be presented Friday, February 10 at 2:00 pm. Join Ryan and a host of other experts in the field on February 9th and 10th in Sacramento, for the best and biggest MuraCon conference yet!
Greg Moser of ten24 Digital Solutions will present two informative sessions at this year's MuraCon conference. On Thursday, Slatwall Unleashed will explore ecommerce solutions in various configurations using Slatwall as a Mura plugin. On Friday, Docker & Git Workflow for Mura Projects will explore options for creating a consistent, reliable workflow using these modern technologies. Join Greg and a host of other experts in the field on February 9th and 10th in Sacramento, for the best and biggest MuraCon conference yet!
Can you really talk about something as “way back when” when the “back when” is really just 20 years ago? Well, you can when something as significant as the rise of the internet sits in the divide. So here we are, talking about “way back when” in the late 90’s…
Like any development shop that works on the web, we've faced common challenges when it comes to creating and maintaining a consistent working environment throughout the development process.
The difference between a drive-by view and a meaningful engagement with your audience is based on the perceived value of the experience—by the audience. Unfortunately, customer experiences are often defined by the experience we want our customers to have, rather than those they expect and need to have with us.
Nurturing a lead shouldn’t be a disjointed series of assets delivered sequentially. It should reflect a progression of narrative, focused on the customer and across channels to create a connected experience.
Our audiences don’t just want experiences from us as brands. They want creative experiences. They want us to surprise and delight them. But instead of doing just that, we marketers fall back and resort to the same old everything that we’ve always done, succumbing to all the reasons we hear about the ridiculousness of creativity.
“When you think about people’s needs, you need to ask yourself what you already have that can help. The harder thing is aiming to meet the wants of your customer. That’s harder because those wants usually require something that you haven’t created yet.”
Two security flaws have been discovered for all versions of Mura CMS older than version 7.0.6852. We strongly encourage all Mura CMS administrators to update their Mura CMS core to the latest version, or to replace the two files that contain the vulnerabilities.
Content idea generation is both an art and a science, as you need to balance creativity with firm ROI. Like a gymnast, achieving this balance is no easy feat.
Described as a “rock star” of the marketing world, Robert Rose, the Chief Strategy Advisor for the Content Marketing Institute and host of the This Old Marketing podcast, knows how organizations of all stripes can create experiences that go beyond what we typically define as success.