The Content Strategy Experts podcast
Scriptorium experts and special guests discuss content strategy issues. Podcasts average 15–20 minutes. Just enough for a lunchtime stroll, a short commute, or that delightful wait at the doctor’s office.
The next installment in an occasional series on how to avoid pitfalls in your content strategy.
In this podcast, Sarah O’Keefe, Bill Swallow, and Alan Pringle discuss content silos, how they come to be, and how to deal with them.Continue reading →
The first in an occasional series on how to avoid pitfalls in your content strategy.
In this podcast, Sarah O’Keefe, Bill Swallow, and Alan Pringle discuss how to dodge tool-related traps in your content strategy.Continue reading →
In this podcast, we interview Alyssa Fox about aligning content strategy across marketing and technical communication and discuss her leadership role in the Society for Technical Communication.Continue reading →
In this podcast, Gretyl Kinsey and Alan Pringle discuss LearningDITA Live 2018, a free web-based conference that takes place February 26–March 1, 2018. This event offers something for everyone—case studies, DITA overviews, writing advice, and more.Continue reading →
This podcast features special guest Ed Marsh of the Content Content podcast. Scriptorium’s guest appearances on the Content Content podcast inspired us to start our own. In this episode, Gretyl Kinsey and Ed Marsh discuss content strategy and how it applies to the world of podcasting, solutions to the ever-present problem of content silos, how to find your tribe at events like LavaCon, and more.Continue reading →
Bill Swallow discusses the possibilities and the limitations of machine translation tools such as Google Translate.
When is Google Translate good enough and when do you need professional (human) translation?Continue reading →
For the New Year, we have a set of content-related resolutions. Our content needs to lose weight, exercise, and much more. Sarah, Bill, and Alan discuss how to improve content in 2018.Continue reading →
There are special considerations when localizing DITA content. In this podcast, Bill Swallow and Simon Bate discuss the conventions available in DITA for localization, and share anecdotes and advice to help you circumvent localization problems.Continue reading →
How can faster access to cancer staging information lead to better diagnoses and improved patient care? What if cancer staging content could be integrated into electronic medical records and accessed via API instead of just in a printed book? We discuss these questions and more with guest Laura Meyer Vega of the American Joint Committee on Cancer in this podcast recorded at LavaCon 2017 in Portland, Oregon.Continue reading →
In this podcast, Alan Pringle and Sarah O’Keefe discuss the history—and health—of the PDF format. Is it still useful in today’s connected world? Are there business reasons to distribute PDF files—and not to?Continue reading →