The browsing experience of content sites and platforms of publishers and enterprises (content sites with a focus on content consumption like Netflix, WSJ) usually focuses on encouraging the user to consume content, as much as possible. The user experience of the site considers a great emphasis on a diversity of consumer platforms — desktop, mobile and tablet; And the various formats for submission of content — text, image, audio or video.
Unlike the user/visitor experience of the site, the editor experience is almost never taken into account, even though the editor has an essential role in the content management system (CMS). Editor’s experience does not get enough attention. Publishers do not provide enough inputs to enhance the editor work environment to increase yield and effectiveness.
There are several successful open source CMS such as Drupal and WordPress that could be great infrastructure; however, a modern application requires enhancements and integrations to provide the state-of-the-art experience.
No-code, low-code, and components — systems that allow to design and develop unique pages, lobbies, category page with minimal hand-coding, with access to an extensive library of components. It enables the editor to create additional templates and adaptation to existing patterns without any other skill. The editor’s ability to create complex pages using a mouse is essential for an editing desk.
Lobby and category pages — large content sites strive to extensively review a particular topic in a variety of content worlds. An example can be a lobby page of cryptographic currencies on economic news site, which will include articles, opinions, and graphs of supply and demand. Another example can be a review of a significant event such as elections or a military operation on news sites; Or an overview of the subject of an autonomous vehicle in information technology sites, including news and published studies on the subject and reviews of technology companies in the field. Such a category page, which consists of many different components and requires the specification, design, and development of professionals, is often cumbersome and therefore many such initiatives have been cut down before they even began.
Media handling (images, audio, podcasts, and video) — in many cases requires graphic designers for image editing and video editors. The employment of these professionals in addition to the content editor increases the costs of the editorial desk.
Control the order in which the content appears — for many publishers the order of the presented content is essential. In content sites that display a large number of items, there is significant importance, which varies according to time and place, of the order of the items.
Advanced version control — tracking change history over the life of the content is essential for publishers. The
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