How Stackbit delivered TELUS 10x faster page builds, super performance
Telus, one of Canada’s leading telecom companies, leveraged Stackbit’s visual editing capabilities as the final piece of their four-year digital transformation.
We are thrilled to announce that Stackbit, a pioneer in visual editing for large enterprise websites and applications, has been acquired by Netlify, the leading front-end cloud for modern websites. This acquisition marks an exciting milestone in our journey and together we’re now able to offer a complete composable solution for Enterprise websites.
We provide the most unobtrusive solution in our domain, but annotating your components at scale is a notable challenge. Here’s a scalable solution that fits the design patterns typically found in large websites.
In 2022 Gartner coined the term Digital Experience Composition (DXC) and analyzes how companies should think about buy / build / integrate decisions to get the most out of their websites and other digital experiences.
Adding a visual editing interface to a website or a digital experience as you’re building them, or after the fact will result in the same integration work, but knowing you have a visual interface early on will help you make the right choices avoid irrevocable architectural and content tradeoffs and decisions.
Migrating content or code is an age-dreaded task for many reasons, but chief among them is the sometimes-months-long limbo state your organization is in during the migration. Stackbit can help by allowing you to edit content wherever it resides through a single visual interface.
Headless CMS and composable architecture solutions are great decoupling code and content, but they come with their own challenges. A form-based interface doesn’t reflect the live, user experience, and exposes non-technical employees to the site’s complex content architecture. This often makes your site a liability to maintain, rather than a revenue generating asset.
Improved Feature & Concept Docs To Help You Build Better.
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Performance, permissions, and public learning ... OH MY!
There’s no doubt that collaboration between design, development, and marketing leads to the best and most productive results when building for the web. But it’s really difficult to achieve.
Teaser: it's complicated.
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.