Tips for delivering great content
I had a fantastic time in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan last week. It’s a lovely city with beautiful river walks, great places to eat, friendly people. Thanks again to Tourism Saskatchewan for inviting me to speak about great content at their HOST Conference!
Photo credit: Design & Content Conference
Highlights from #DCC16
Last month Melissa Breker and Jessica Coccimiglio had the fortune of going to the Design and Content Conference in CSI’s hometown of Vancouver, BC, hosted by Republic of Quality. Two days of fantastic talks later, our brains are jam-packed with new ways to think about content and design. There was no shortage of smart talks at the Design and Content Conference. But a few in particular stood out.
Everyone agreed that the tofu was problematic.
On a Monday night in May, Content Strategy Inc senior content strategist Blaine Kyllo handed out dozens of 2 x 3” cards—one set for each of the three groups of assembled at the Vancouver Information Architecture and Content Strategy Meetup.
Each card had a food product written on it, and the groups were asked to organize the cards into categories. Some categories—fruit, breads, fish— came together quite quickly. But the bean curd simply refused to be easily classified.