Takeda: $29B pharma company runs digital on Stackbit
Takeda Pharmaceuticals uses Stackbit so a small dev team can power 80 different websites in dozens of countries while shipping new internal apps 4 times faster.
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Content Driven Architecture is our approach to balancing a flexible content model with an editor-friendly experience. Rather than trying to dumb things down, a highly dynamic content model can be very usable - if editors get the tools that match their mode of thinking and encourage discovery. Here is a concrete guide.
Companies offering online services typically have markedly different tech stacks for their marketing website and web app(s). The downside is inconsistent user experience along the user, with dual design systems and behaviors. Here's our recommended fix.
Atomic Design promises high flexibility for content creators to independently compose pages. However, adoption can quickly fail due to the complex mental model & lack of guardrails. Here’s how to create a workable system.
Materialize uses Stackbit to rapidly evolve their website and give marketers, lawyers, and HR professional independent control of their content.
When running multiple websites based on common code and schema, the choice between a single or multiple content spaces has considerable long-term effects on operations and cost. Here’s what to know - and our suggestions.
The X Factor Website provides the principles for building websites that can easily and quickly scale across any organization's digital needs.
By investing time early in a project and slightly adjusting workflows, we can increasing collaboration and reduce time to market, effectively adding more value with fewer resources.
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Abodu, the future of modern housing in your backyard, leveraged Stackbit’s visual experience platform to enable developer flexibility, speed, ease of use for marketing and content operations, all the while boosting SEO results.
Newtopia, a personalized whole health platform, leveraged Stackbit’s visual editing capabilities to unlock marketer independence with their headless website.
Telus, one of Canada’s leading telecom companies, leveraged Stackbit’s visual editing capabilities as the final piece of their four-year digital transformation.
Wellster, an innovative next generation health provider, leveraged Stackbit's visual editing platform to improve developer efficiency while accelerating content operations and collaboration.
Digital product development experts Novvum use Stackbit to bridge the visual editing gap, providing highly flexible and extensible sites for their clients.
Store existing content as a template to be reused in other sections and pages on your site, speeding up both development and content editing.
See how an internal product experiment went meta, showing that Stackbit can be used for more than in-context visual editing — to customize your editing experience.
The definitive overview of what a headless CMS is, its benefits and downsides, its main use cases, a checklist for how to choose the right one, and the best CMSes today.
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