This is an unabashed vanity post, as Mindtouch and Lavacon have included me among the top 25 content strategists, and was tagged for position #8. You may agree or disagree with their list – they explained that their measurement system included factors such as thought leadership, reach, influence, and so on – though there are a couple of people I was surprised weren’t on the list. Nevertheless, I was pleased to be included, and want to congratulate the others on the list.
Now, back to regularly-scheduled work.
- When technology is no longer disruptive, but confounding
- Content strategy and design thinking
- The Summer of DITA becomes The Autumn of…?
- Authoring in DITA: the good, the bad, and the sometimes ugly
- DITA Maps and the Real World
- A Standard for Exchanging Stories – Meet DITA Maps
- Holes in the Template: Piping content into the CMS
- To DITA or not to DITA: That’s a Good Question – Part 2
- To DITA or not to DITA: That’s a Good Question – Part 1
- DITA: Not Just for Technical Content
- Content classification and findability
- Content development
- Content management
- Content strategy
- Information design and usability
- Professional development
- Social media
- User experience
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- Entering The Age of Content: a slightly different take on content convergence
- Understanding the connection between persona development and business impact
- Digital interaction and content strategy: a winning combination
- Website limitations foil free trade between Canada and U.S.
- DITA-to-Web: The next Big Thing – Part 1