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Christine Gerpheide

Iraklis Karvasonis – May 2010

Achieving Advanced Web Presence with TYPO3

05.22.10


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Agenda

  • Introduction

    • Who we are

    • Why TYPO3

  • The CML Distribution

  • Case Studies

    • Museum of Science and Industry Chicago

    • Wyeth Insight Reports Series

    • customedialabs

    • eCampaign

    • CML 10th Anniversary

  • Conclusion



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Who are we?

  • customedialabs Interactive Media Agency (CML)

    • Full service interactive agency

    • Specializing in advanced web presence

    • US and Greece

    • Servicing global enterprise level clients

  • 10 years using TYPO3 for websites and microsites (remember TYPO3 v3.5?)


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Our objective

  • How to use TYPO3 to achieve enterprise level web sites

  • Our audience today: Business people, marketers, and developers

  • …but feel free to ask technical questions 



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AWP

  • Advanced Web Presence

  • Optimizing your virtual visibility and effectiveness on the web

    • SEO

    • Analytics and Metrics

    • Rich media

    • Interactivity

    • Scalability

    • Site design and content



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Why TYPO3?

  • TYPO3 is one of the most extensible and customizable open-source CMSs available

    • Comprehensive extension development framework

    • Straightforward integration with various architectures

    • Sophisticated BE record management

  • Enterprise features

    • Workspaces and versioning

    • Multilingual support

    • Caching framework

    • FE Editing

  • Strong pipeline


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Why TYPO3?

  • Our distribution

    • CML Skin

    • CML Utilities package

      • DAM, email functions

      • Template rendering helpers

      • Page browsing

      • Custom analytics tracking

      • Logging

      • Ajax (extbase)



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Case Studies:

Museum of Science and Industry Chicago


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MSI: Background

  • Provides interactive, online museum experience

    • View exhibits, make reservations, plan itineraries, purchase tickets, purchase membership, online scrapbooking…

  • Many parties involved

    • Museum departments (reservations, membership, ticketing…)

    • 3rd party developing web services

  • Infrastructure

    • Failover servers, rsync replication

    • Galaxy, Raiser’s Edge, Windows SBS

      • SOAP XML requests

      • MVC with service architecture (for extensibility)


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MSI: Record management

  • Custom extensions for MSI:

    • MSI Exhibits, Activities, Calendar, Map, Media Viewer, Polls, Plan Your Visit, Topic Based Search

  • Constants extension

    • Store values used throughout MSI extensions (hours, age ranges, etc)

  • Rich media content management

    • Carousels, slideshows Flash modules easily updated in TYPO3 producing XML output

    • DAM methods provided by CML Utils


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MSI: My Scipass Album

  • Online scrapbooking

    • Authenticated website users access media assets (images, videos, text) created during a museum visit

    • Social network sharing

  • All assets are imported into online albums through web services

  • BE management of assets by museum editors

  • => TYPO3 used to integrate with museum infrastructure and extend scrapbooking functionality



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MSI: Plan your visit

  • Users create an itinerary with a rich, ajax-driven user interface

  • Events, exhibits, museum hours, interest topics managed in BE

  • All itinerary data stored with web services

  • Recommendation engine run with web services



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MSI: User-targeted messaging

  • Customized messages shown to each user when logging in

  • Message templates defined in BE (site editor selects 1 of 7 message types with required parameters)

  • => Dynamic messaging, but easily editable by regular site editors


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MSI: User-targeted messaging

Date ranges

Account interests

User info

Asset updates

Scipass Album content


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MSI: Summary

  • Multiple backends simultaneously (TYPO3, web services)

  • Integration between different extensions (old and new)

  • Rich user interfaces

  • Enterprise BE record management


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Case Studies:

Wyeth Insight Reports Series Website


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Wyeth Insight Reports Series

  • Registered users can browse reports

  • Rich flash interface

  • Manage and download report assets and manage account

  • Actions through MVC extension

    • Assets defined in an XML Singleton object

    • => freedom of architecture


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Case Studies:

customedialabs


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customedialabs: Background

  • Full Flash website

  • Content management

    • Content edited in TYPO3

    • TYPO3 outputs content in XML

    • Flash read content from XML

  • Extensions used:

    • News with RSS Feeds

    • mailformplus

    • ePortfolio

  • Near future

    • Mobile site


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Case Studies:

eCampaign


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eCampaign: Marketing System

  • Email and SMS marketing system (similar to direct_mail, but in FE)

    • Creating and sending campaigns

    • Managing subscriber lists

    • Managing analytics profiles

    • Viewing reports



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eCampaign: Marketing System

  • Interfaces with both EM and SMS gateways, and analytics tools

    • Currently mailchimp and google analytics

    • EM gateway given URL to page

  • Created using TYPO3’s new framework, Extbase/ExtMVC


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eCampaign: Marketing System

BE Implementation

  • Agnostic architecture thanks to Services

  • Uses gateways and TYPO3 DB as backend

  • Highly extensible, modular

    • EM

    • SMS

    • Analatyics integration

    • Workspaces

    • Advanced reports


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eCampaign: Marketing System

Technical Details

  • Core edits to allow FE editing only on campaign pages

  • Templavoila table to signal an email template and client

  • Adding analytics events

    • Hook to alter link selector popup

    • Hook in content processing to convert all links www.myLandingPage.com/cid/54/event/logo

    • ..And cache remotely


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eCampaign: Marketing System

Templates defined as “email templates”

FE Editing

(hook to add GA events)


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eCampaign: Metrics Framework

  • Communicates with Marketing System to create cached pages with Analatyics tracking for your campaign

  • Converts “cid” and “event” values to analytics code

    www.myLandingPage.com/cid/54/event/logo


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Case Studies:

CML 10th Anniversary


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CML 10th Anniversary

  • Multi-platform site (Rich web app and mobile)

    • Powered by multiple custom TYPO3 extensions (extbase)

    • Extensions output XML and HTML5

  • => easily accommodates different media/templates with same content



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Conclusion

  • TYPO3 can be used to realize advanced web presence in the face of any business and technical needs

    • Integration with existing infrastructure

    • Advanced platform and design requirements (Flash, HTML5)

    • Extendable architecture (elegant extension framework)

    • Enterprise user and workflow management


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Contact Us

W: www.customedialabs.com

E: info@customedialabs.com

Twitter: customedialabs

05.22.10


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eCampaign: Marketing System

  • Email and SMS marketing system (similar to direct_mail, but in FE)

    • Creating and sending campaigns

    • Managing subscriber lists

    • Managing analytics profiles

    • Viewing reports

  • Created using TYPO3’s new framework, Extbase/ExtMVC


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eCampaign: Marketing System

  • Agnostic architecture to accommodate multiple gateways as well as multiple analytics tools, depending on Client

    • Currently using Mailchimp and Google Analytics

  • Interchangeable backends

  • Extensible (agile)

  • Utilizes modified versions of TYPO3’s FE Editing, user accounts, templates


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