Content In Article Organization: Per Page or Per Content Fragment?

Paul John P. Domingo asked 2 years ago

Hello! I am Paul John Domingo, and a starter AEM developer here in the Philippines 🙂 I saw your great blog on AEM stuff, and it helped me on my journey. 🙂
I would like to consult some design concepts in mind.
Right now, I am creating a news site proof-of-concept. I’ll present the site functionality, the author workflow, etc. to my leads as if they are the product owners. But now, I am quiet stuck in a task item.
I saw the Geometrixx Media sample site from 6.2, and it is the exact concept I am aiming to do.
But, I noticed that the articles are in per page creation. If the author wants to create an article, he has to go to the Sites page and create a new page under the category he plans to create the article.
This is rather conflict to my initial concept in mind: that dynamic content such as articles, contents, should reside in Assets as Content Fragments.
But I am quiet stuck that in 6.2, Content Fragments are purely textual, and media cannot be added on them. Unless you Associate the fragment in an collection and add the media later on the page where you add the content fragment.
What is the best practice on implementing this? Both approaches are feasible, but I would like to consult what will be the implications of implementing per page authoring or content fragment-driven workflow.
I am asking this because I am quiet concern on how to design the experience for the author. If they will be focusing on per page creation? Or dynamic content should reside in Assets. My initial implementation was, I created a single page for article viewing, and the content will be dynamic depending on certain parameters. But I discovered since media cannot be added to content fragments directly, there will be the dilemma of adding the image and certain media files to the content fragment. 
If the implementation will be per page, the author will have all the freedom to add whatever he wants, but I for this, I am quiet concern on the organization / versioning / workflow, since the author might get too design-driven and not content-driven. 
Thank you very much!

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