I've written about Custom Training, the "sixth" SDL Tridion environment
. But I almost forgot that I created a mock plan for such an environment
as part of a course project before joining SDL back in 2010.
See the document below for a modified submission for a Web Design class I took at University of Phoenix four years ago. We were encouraged to submit projects that reflected our jobs and this demonstrated things I knew (and didn't know) about Web development and SDL Tridion (R5.3 at the time). I got somethings right and others not quite right.
I got some things right like project documentation basics including an informal project plan, problem statement, and objective. I had an informal concept of personas by describing developers and management as the "target audience" for this mock proposal.
I included a content inventory of sorts under a section called pages and suggest separating design, content, and functionality concerns.
There's both a simple wireframe and a sitemap documenting the example site and even some notes on accessiblity, copyright, and source control based on research projects and things I've learned as an "IT professional."
|I described "page types" without actually calling them page types.|
|Four years later and it still looks like a typical wireframe. The example screenshots are a bit dated though.|
Not Quite Right