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Daylife Beta Topic Page: Kate Moss | DesignNotes by Michael Surtees

Daylife Beta Topic Page: Kate Moss

Kate Moss - News, photos, topics, and quotes

Newsmap and Topic Connections

A couple weeks ago Daylife made some significant design and backend releases that I was quite happy to be involved with. (In reality everyone at Daylife played a significant role getting this out) I didn’t want to mention it too much until today because we just released our new Topic Beta Page. Above is what Kate Moss looks like as a topic. There are a lot of enhancements as we continue with an Agile Design process. The two things that I want to point out are the Newsmap and Topic Connections. These modules allows us to create a lot of context that we weren’t really able to show before. There’s a more detailed breakdown of the entire page at http://corp.daylife.com/topicbeta_tour

Please poke around the beta stuff and the regular topic pages and let me know what works, seems weird or things you wished the page could do.

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  • http://www1934.cc Callie

    We are using Agile for the NPR.org redesign. Fun, fun. !! We're in Cycle Three right now….

  • Harry

    Are Daylife topic pages automatically assembled ? Or is there input from editors?

  • http://designnotes.info/ michaelsurtees

    Good question—that topic page is generated automatically via a lot of different algorithms. However if a publisher is using Daylife as a service (sorry if I sound like a sales guy), there's a lot of different controls to make the content unique. There's content striking and topic/content filters that allow for a ton of customization.