A man decides to take a trip from Philadelphia to San Francisco—by foot.
How do you better help new users understand what actions to take within your product? Amy Thibodeau, Content Strategy Lead at Shopify, explains how interface content done well can nudge users to success – and when crafted poorly can lead to frustrating, unintended actions. She also takes us inside Polaris, Shopify’s new, publicly available design system, and more.
It’s our late show from Boston’s beautiful Wilbur Theater! We spent almost all of it doing audience questions, with … mixed results, I think it’s safe to say. It got pretty buckwild.
Merlin stops by to talk about finding a job that fits you, prototyping your future, and manufacturing care. Then we have a lot of rapid fire questions for him.
April 1, 2011 at 3:00pm • 34 minutes • Wiki Entry
Kristina picks Louis Rosenfeld’s brain about the relationship between IA and content strategy, and how the burgeoning content strategy community can avoid the pitfalls of other professional associations.
Dan and Jeffrey talk in-depth about content strategy on the web with Kristina Halvorson, CEO, Brain Traffic and author, Content Strategy for the Web (New Riders, 2010), and Erin Kissane, content strategist with Happy Cog, and author of Incisive.nu.
Jeff Eaton and Erin Kissane discuss the past and future of web standards, new experiments in web publishing, and the challenge of predicting the future.
Mentioned in this episode:
A List Apart
The Source Project
Jeff Eaton and Kristina Halvorson of Brain Traffic discuss content strategy trends, the art of stakeholder wrangling, and proper bourbon pairings for your content audit.
Links mentioned in the show:
Making The Most of Mobile
The Confab Conference
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