Lately, I’ve been pondering a lot about maturity maps. About what they are and how to use them, as well as their benefits and flaws. I wondered whether they are helpful for content design practice. Or maybe you can even use them in a more personal way?
If you’re attending UX Antwerp, OmnichannelX or Utterly Content, you can catch my talk about my experience with style guides, in which I share things that I have learned about creating and managing them.
I wrote an article for the Shopify Partners blog about some very common content problems. I also made some confessions about my wardrobe.
How do you strip down massive amounts of content to the essentials? And how do you decide how you best present those essentials? Sarah Richards developed her method for this, whilst working on gov.uk.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), content strategy and UX have similar goals: to help people find what they need and complete their task. But it hasn’t always been like that with SEO. Things have changed, though. It’s about time we built some bridges. Have you hugged an SEO professional today?
The GDPR is coming! We’re currently half way through the 2 year grace period. From May 25th 2018 the age of boundless data harvesting is over. What does this mean for content and UX?