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Setting Content Priorities that Stack up

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  • 0:03
    Setting Content Priorities that Stack Up
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    with Amber Himes Matz
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    In the process of transitioning their site
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    to be more mobile-friendly, the Anytown Farmers Market web team
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    needs to take a closer look at what content
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    they currently have on their site and how they may want to prioritize
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    and deliver that content differently,
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    given the broader audience base they're now targeting.
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    As we adapt content and navigation regions to stack,
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    we need to decide on a priority system for each page template.

Setting Content Priorities that Stack up

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In the process of transitioning their site to be more mobile friendly, The Anytown Farmers Market web team needs to take a closer look at what content they currently have on their site and how they may want to prioritize and deliver that content differently, given the broader audience base they are now targeting.

As we adapt content and navigation regions to stack, we need to decide on a priority system for each page template. We'll take the home page as an example and discuss how each component and region should be prioritized when the content is stacked into one column.

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