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Designing Connected Content: Plan and Model Digital Products for Today and Tomorrow, First Edition by Carrie Hane, Mike Atherton

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Chapter 6 Translating to a Content Model

Now that your team has shown off how much they know about their area of expertise and created a domain model, they’ll be excited about making it all come to life. Have patience! Some stakeholders—and even some of your team—may want to jump ahead. They’re going to start talking about what will go on the website or how to build or design the product. But you aren’t there yet. You still aren’t talking about the CMS or any interface. You’ve got a little more work to do first.

Content vs. Expression

The domain model provides the context. It grounds you in the real world, where users live and businesses operate. Content is the expression of paths through and between the objects of your domain.

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