Business consultants providing services in content strategy and other services can add value by reusing the work from previous projects to shape, design, and influence the projects you are working on.
Recently, I participated in a guest blog writing exercise. I anonymously wrote an entry and in turn received the following post. All guest posts are listed here. Recently, while deep in the midst of a sprawling intranet inventory, I found that reading and listening to poetry was a respite from the audit’s intense meticulosity. Next […]
Nick Offerman is an actor. Among other endeavors, he is currently cast as Ron Swanson in NBC’s Parks and Recreation (which just got bumped for three episodes). Mr. Offerman gets paid to pretend to be someone else. You could argue there is no tangible thing he creates. Comedy, like so many of the online experiences has no […]
It’s been ages. Therein lies the issue of carrying out the content strategies, rather than writing about them. However, here’s a quick update. on some upcoming events that may interest you: I will be speaking at the Digital Content Strategies Conference March 13th in sunny San Diego. I am joined by Margot Bloomstein, Christopher Avore, […]
I wanted to share my lightning round talk in September at the tremendously brilliant and successful CS Forum 11 in London. It’s quick.
Who doesn’t like a good top 10 list? It appeals to the lowest common denominator. It’s McNews and a serial short story rolled into one.
So while the majority of Confab attendees share their brilliant notes, insights and warm and fuzzy feelings, allow me to cut to the hard news. I’m about to break the story everyone was feeling, but too afraid to publicly state.
We’ve talked, but we haven’t gathered. We’ve laughed, but we haven’t shaken hands. We’ve connected, but we haven’t shared a meal. That all changes May 9th, 2011.
For an inaugural event, The 2011 Healthcare Experience Design conference flowed flawlessly and left the audience begging for more.
We’re back from an excellent lunch.
Diving right in here with John Hall.
*editor’s note: wifi has lagged in the last 30 minutes so I apologize for the delay of the updates.*
We’re back. I am in the Grand Ballroom and will be live tweeting the Patient-Centric Design Track which is comprised of the following: