November 12, 2014 - Deane Barker at Gadgetopia puts together an interesting post about what we imply when we link something. More than just the words themselves, we are subtly drawing attention to certain emphasis, even if unintended.
November 26, 2013 - I’m excited to officially announce the my inclusion in The Smashing Book #4: New Perspectives on Web Design. SURPRISE – I wrote about content strategy. The chapter, which focuses on both sides of the content strategy landscape – both user needs and editor needs – serves as a capstone to all of this empathy stuff that’s I’ve been writing and talking about over the past year and a half. So go buy it.
January 15, 2013 - 2013 is the year of thinking small. And, it’s the year of two new blog series. We’ll take out the dissection kit and pick apart the fields within a structured content model. And we’ll do the same with our methodology, adapting it to fit the needs of a smaller business, pointing out the places where it’s okay to skimp and slide, and pass along some thoughts on empathizing with a marketing manager who’s already working extra without the added weight of a new content management system.
May 24, 2011 - Oh, hi. I’m starting a content strategy blog. “Oh, great. Another one.” No. Seriously. This one’s different. This one isn’t just stats and steps and primers. It’s also thoughts and big concepts and goofy content-related things. It’s for content people. It’s for Web people. It’s for people who don’t deal with content OR Web. I’ll admit, though – mostly, it’s for me: Corey Vilhauer, content …