A key position in the Web organization today is the Web architect, the visionary who bridges the Web content and technical domains, acting as a pivot point between the technical and the non technical members of the Web team.
Should be thoroughly familiar with the organisation and purpose of the service, because he/she designs the structure and content of the Web, in conjunction with the Content Manager.
- Identify the mission and focus of a website; determine who will be using the site, who is building it, key usability principles, technical constraints, and future needs.
- Determine anticipated user paths, construct a structure and method of organisation; organise site content into categories and assist in creating an interface to support those categories.
- Design the organisation, labelling, navigation, and indexing systems to support both browsing and searching to ensure that users can easily find the information they need.
- Develop the metadata dimension from the business requirements together with the content manager.
- Vision and strategy
- Know Internet technologies (data modelling, XML/XSL, HTML, CSS, etc.)
- Know web usability, Information architecture, WCAG, standards and IPG guide of the website
- Website Design/Construction
- Website management
- Mark-up and scripting
- Ergonomics, WAI, standards and guide IPG of the website
- Documentum Corporate WCM for webmasters
- Documentum Corporate WCM workflows for webmasters
- XSL development with Documentum Corporate WCM
- Entry-level WCM
- NIX, NTFS file system
- WCM implemented with Documentum and using Documentum Web Publisher as the client interface