Content migration and site launch are points in the web project process that begin overlapping practices quickly and often. Migration is largely a strategic content process, except actually it turns out to be an operations and development process, in which data is transferred through complicated connectors or simply copy-pasted from one WYSIWYG field to another. […]
I began my life as a content strategist by, weirdly enough, handling all site QA for Blend. It was an invaluable experience: I gained confidence in not just what a site should include, but how it is actually implemented, which allows me to better understand the technical considerations that come into every content decision. This […]
Two new chapter releases focused on understanding how hosting affects your web project, as well as how to choose and engage with an integration partner.
More and more, strategic content planning has moved from understanding communication and organization to helping select the tools and features that will make that communication and organization work. If you’re talking about requirements, that means — hopefully — you’ve done a good chunk of work figuring out what those requirements are.
How do we make our web dreams match up with the cold realization of our CMS? This transcript is loosely based on my 2017 Confab talk, “Making things real.”
There’s an underlying belief throughout the non-tech-savvy that computer and Web programmers are a secluded, arrogant group; fiercely loyal to their language, looking out for themselves, unable to share their findings lest they make themselves obsolete. It’s this belief that leads us to stop trusting our company’s IT department and automatically mistrust the kid Web […]