Category Archives: Content Strategy

Making Content Measurable

Posted by Jess Hutton |03 Nov 15 |

Many people in the content industry say content strategists shouldn’t be responsible for return on investment. But content can be quantified, via dollars, influence, or reach. This week, author Jess Hutton shows us what metrics can appropriately measure content.

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Bringing Content Strategy to the Boardroom

Posted by UX Booth |09 Apr 15 |

This week at UX Booth, it’s all about the content. Today, we’re interviewing Ronell Smith, a digital content strategist who will be speaking at Confab Central next month about how to bring content strategy from the high chair to the board room.

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Bringing Content Strategy to the Boardroom

Posted by UX Booth |09 Apr 15 |

This week at UX Booth, it’s all about the content. Today, we’re interviewing Ronell Smith, a digital content strategist who will be speaking at Confab Central next month about how to bring content strategy from the high chair to the board room.

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Content: More than Just the Icing on the Cake

Posted by UX Booth |07 Apr 15 |

At Confab Central, content’s more than just the icing on the cake. This week, we’re interviewing Kristina Halvorson, founder of Brain Traffic and Confab Central about the overlap between UX and content strategy, emerging trends, and cake.

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Content: More than Just the Icing on the Cake

Posted by UX Booth |07 Apr 15 |

At Confab Central, content’s more than just the icing on the cake. This week, we’re interviewing Kristina Halvorson, founder of Brain Traffic and Confab Central about the overlap between UX and content strategy, emerging trends, and cake.

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What UX Can Learn from Print

Posted by Mike Straus |10 Mar 15 |

Good UX design involves more than just creating a usable product. This week, author Mike Straus shows us how the user-centered design thinking behind print magazines is just as relevant in today’s digital era as it was 350 years ago.

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