Tag: Content Strategy

  • John Gruber at XOXO

    John Gruber of Daring Fireball spoke at XOXO 2014¬†and they recently posted his talk on YouTube about content on the web, companies, Daring Fireball … and other things. The entire talk is really good (the most quotable stuff is near the end) and it is mostly clean (language-wise). Enjoy.

  • State Your Price

    One of my pet peeves at the moment happens to be websites which do not clearly display the prices of various services or products. Canonical has brought this to the fore again. What I write has nothing to do with the company or their services (both of which I think are great), but has everything […]

  • Sweat the Big Stuff

    As I was getting ready for bed last night, a phrase popped into my head. It’s the small stuff that makes the difference. It’s a true statement. In a lot of ways, the tiniest of details can make a huge difference between a good product and a great product. The way something feels can change […]

  • Content Workflow Musings

    One thing I am tasked with doing right now is coming up with a viable workflow for content creation at Martin Luther College. There are a couple of goals I am trying to keep in mind. enable faculty/staff/students to create content for various sections of the website create a system that allows staff to vet […]

  • Content and Mission

    I am currently in the middle of reading Clout, a book by Colleen Jones, and a sort-of-companion-book to Content Strategy for the Web by Kristina Halvorson. First, if you haven’t read these two books and work with web content at all, you should pick both of them up and read them. There is so much […]