The Content Design department is a department known for its creativity and quality. The Content Designers themselves get very little recognition for their work by the rest of Habbox because they are not named publicly on any of their work, but they still work their hardest to produce work to a high standard.
All the pages you have read on Habbox.com, including this one (but excluding the Rare Values and Articles pages), have been written and published by the Content Design team. In addition to this, they have written thousands of pages on HabboxWiki and continue to do so keeping them updated alongside thinking of new and exciting pages for Habbox.com. From history to goodies, from guides to Habbox Wiki, the content department covers it all – they read and lay out the text and images on pages so you can read them!
While site coding has occasionally fallen under the Content Design department (and occasionally Content Designedo do a small amount of simple coding), there is another department dedicated to coding.
The current Content Design Manager is Ekelektra.
One of the things Content Designers do is check for updates to the site, but if you notice something wrong, you can report them here. There are so many pages and bits of information to add, things can slip through the net!
The Wiki on the other hand is publicly editable: sign up for an account and you’re good to go! Staff will check through recent updates just to make sure there’s no incorrect information been added, but generally users’ edits are of good quality and add a lot of vital information to the wiki.
On the other hand, if you think you’re cut out to be Content Design staff and want to give it a go, check out the jobs on offer by clicking here!
In one form or another, the Content Design department has always existed at Habbox! Whether it’s just one person laying out new pages or a team of almost 20 working on creating new content, the site just wouldn’t exist without people doing the Content Design job!
Historically however, the department has been called ‘Web Page Design’. This was mainly when the role required more knowledge of static HTML pages, as there was no CMS implemented!
In 2012, the demand on the Content Design grew massively as a new project was finally launched – HabboxWiki! Although anyone can edit, when the wiki first appeared, staff got a first look-in to start adding content to it. To this day, the staff role is to moderate public edits (when needed) and roll out more complex ideas and write pages such as portals – as well as making sure old information is updated as soon as possible.
Content Design Managers
The table below shows the name of people who have been Content Design Manager since the department first started:
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Assistant Content Design Managers
The table below shows the name of people who have been Assistant Content Design Manager since the department first started:
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The Content Design department is mainly full of people with the same role; all staff members (no matter how senior) update pages on the main Habbox site and HabboxWiki.
||Responsible for writing guides and tutorials which are published on the main site.
||Create the content on Habbox.com and Habboxwiki.com. They keep the sites up to date with the latest information.
|Senior Content Designers
||To help out with the running of the Content Department alongside the (Assistant) Manager. This can include helping run events, planning department tasks and helping to write reports. They also have extra access to features on the Wiki and site, which helps them to moderate staff edits if needed.
|(Assistant) Content Manager
||They overlook the department and make sure there are enough tasks for everyone to do. They are responsible for writing weekly and monthly reports as well as making sure everyone is doing their job correctly, know what to do, and ensure they’re meeting minimums.