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Using My JTech

By Joshua Reynolds - Last Updated on 06/26/2013
Fig. 1. The docket (click the thumbnail for a better view).
Fig. 2. My JTech on an iPad.
Fig. 3. My JTech on an iPhone.
Introducing Drawers
This is the second article in a series about My JTech, our forthcoming Control Center replacement that integrates content management and other web services under one roof.

My JTech features a new interface for managing your site’s content. This month’s article will provide an overview of the new interface — how it works and what you can expect.

An important piece of our new interface is an element that we call a drawer. Drawers serve a similar purpose as the small slip in the Control Center and contain all your website’s content. When you open a drawer, it slides open atop the existing page and any other open drawers.

When you have multiple drawers open, a docket at the top of the screen shows you which drawer you are currently viewing. For instance: you opened your Events page. From there, you went to your Photo Gallery. And then you looked at a specific Photo Detail. This path between drawers is highlighted as a series of tabs to help you keep your place as you navigate deep into your website’s content. See Fig. 1.

Drawers are extremely flexible. Each drawer fills the full width of your screen, no matter how large or small. The content within the drawer is intelligently arranged into an appropriate number of columns for the size of your screen — giving you an optimal experience on all of your computers and devices. See Fig. 1 & 2.

Within each drawer, you’ll see your Page’s content and content from any related pages. To use the example above, the Events page shows a preview of the Photo Gallery and allows you to select a specific photo without navigating away from Events. To publish any changes you make from a drawer, just click Save — your changes will immediately be propagated to your website.

From the flexible, responsive design to the related content featured on each drawer — we’ve deliberately considered each piece of My JTech to make it simple, powerful, and intuitive.
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Joshua Reynolds: President and Founder

About Joshua Reynolds

Joshua Reynolds is the founder, president, CEO, and chief architect of JTech Communications. His extensive, 30+ year career has spanned management, Internet systems, information architecture, and web technology of all kinds. Josh’s career is defined by reliable, actionable strategies that his clients can actually use to improve their business.

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