As content designers we’re always trying to meet our users’ needs in the best and clearest way possible. That’s the very essence of our job. So what do we do if someone comes to our content with a need we just can’t meet?
Why Scott Kubie’s instruction to ‘leave creativity to your content’ doesn’t sit right with me.
Even when you're creating content in a hurry, it must still meet user needs. To help you do that, we’ve narrowed it down to 7 basic guidelines and a one-page printable checklist.
Cat O'Neil, a participant in Australia's first Content Design London 2-day course, talks about what she learned about content design.
Thoughts from the first Content Design London workshop in Australia
Meet the trainers who'll be taking the Content Design London content design workshops in Australia, starting in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.
Content design has changed Weave’s thinking, and actually our process for creating content. It's given us tools to achieve things we've struggled with over the years. It's made us think differently about problem-solving. And it's made us more courageous in our advice.