A guide to prioritising tasks as a content team. The homework you need to do first, prioritisation frameworks to use, and pitfalls to avoid.
What I’m working on right now.
One of my clients used the best metaphor for bad, organisation-focused websites the other day: a car boot sale. I was so struck by the comparison, that I had to write about it.
What do Lego and information architecture (IA) have in common? Yes, I’m doing one of those ‘what can we learn from a totally unrelated thing?’ posts.
Content people don't have to fix everything, everywhere, all at once. Really.
In the first instalment of my new content strategy agony aunt series, someone asks what it means to deliver a content strategy.
Why content strategy is a great investment for charities, not just in terms of meeting users needs, but in generating income.
Is your homepage a bit ‘meh’? The real problem might not be what’s on the page, but how you’re deciding what to put on the page.
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