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A Georgia.gov Case Study: Structured Content and Flexible Layouts
Editors say they want flexibility when creating content and landing pages, but this leads to a lack of consistency. Content is difficult to re-use. Your target audiences may be confused or ignored.

But what if you could have flexible layouts and structured content?

Lullabot helped Georgia.gov develop a new landing page design tool that gave state agencies the power to customize their home pages, landing pages, and programs without breaking the mobile-friendly responsive design.

Even with this flexibility, the structured content model made it possible to keep critical information up-to-date across websites, and automatically expose rich metadata for search engines.

What you will learn:

- How can I use research to inform decisions around editorial tooling?
- What tools are available in Drupal to build flexible-yet-structured content?
- What are the pros and cons of these tools and how can I use them to improve my authoring experience?

Jul 8, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Greg Dunlap
Director of Strategy @Lullabot
Greg has been involved with Drupal for 8+ years, specializing in configuration management and deployment issues.
Marissa Epstein
Senior UX Strategist @Lullabot
Senior User Experience Strategist at Lullabot. Marissa loves design research, organization, psychology tidbits, and snooty food.
Rachel Hart
UX/UI Designer @Georgia.gov
Rachel Hart is the User Experience and Interface Designer for Digital Services Georgia. On Georgia.gov, she makes government material approachable with writing, infographics, videos, and other imagery.