Rick Yagodich has been working with the web since 1995. Immediately after creating his first HTML page, he asked “What is the business purpose of this site?” That question has driven his interactions with web technology ever since.
He founded his company, Excolo, as a vehicle to offer web consultancy in 1997. Since then, he has served clients in a variety of industries: from financial services to retail; from telecommunications to business intelligence.
Rick has experience with most aspects of web technology, from front-end design to back-end development. It is from this breadth of experience that he determined a vital part of the industry was severely underserved: the systems used to manage content are not designed for the needs and processes of those who use them. Excolo now focuses on that niche of the web consultancy market: Author Experience.
Customising interfaces to make sense for authors it too much like hard work. Not so, says George Bina… and he has a reference implementation to prove it…
Learn how the Norwegian Cancer Society makes their web Author Experience work, in spite of the CMS. It’s all about the human process…
Everyone involved in content management knows that the Author Experience needs attention. So why do so many clients think they can do it later?