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.
A short list of what’s caught our eye on twitter recently. Just the good stuff with a short summary.
If we're serious about design and content intertwining, we have to accept that client discussions about design and content will intertwine too.
When you first experiment with Drupal, it's easy to get excited about the flexibility of the entity system. But there are traps for young players.
As content strategists, it's easy to get caught up in page-level detail. But we need to spend some of our time doing Strategy with a capital "S".
If you're a content strategist or information architect and you've never worked with Drupal, there are a few things you should know before you get started.
Have content marketers hijacked content strategy? Should we care?
What do content strategists mean when they talk about content modelling? Why is it a good thing, and how do we go about it?
See WeaveWeb's talk "Content strategists and developers: We need each other!" from DrupalCon Sydney, and some of our other favourites from the conference.
How do we make our content adaptable to the ever-increasing number of ways people want to access it? We need to start by thinking about its structure.