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.
In episode 44 of The Content Strategy Experts podcast, Bill Swallow and Sarah O’Keefe take a look at several definitions of “content strategy”. Do they work? Are they accurate?Continue reading →
In episode 43 of the Content Strategy Experts podcast, Gretyl Kinsey and Alan Pringle discuss how and when to identify the proper tools for developing and managing content.Continue reading →
In episode 42 of the Content Strategy Experts podcast, Bill Swallow and Kaitlyn Heath talk about Scriptorium’s online event, LearningDITA Live 2019.Continue reading →
In episode 41 of the Content Strategy Experts podcast, Alan Pringle, Bill Swallow, and Sarah O’Keefe identify the obvious (and not-so-obvious) stakeholders of content strategy processes: who should have input on a project and why?Continue reading →
In episode 40 of the Content strategy experts podcast, Sarah O’Keefe, Bill Swallow, and Gretyl Kinsey create a food-themed facade for content strategy. Abundant potluck metaphors illustrate some of the most important content strategy decisions.Continue reading →
In episode 39 of the Content strategy experts podcast, Bill Swallow briefly interviews attendees and vendors at LavaCon 2018 about trends, challenges, and take-aways from the conference.Continue reading →
In episode 38 of the Content strategy experts podcast, Kaitlyn Heath and Gretyl Kinsey discuss the beginning steps in implementing a new content strategy.Continue reading →
In episode 37 of the Content Strategy Experts podcast, Alan Pringle and Sarah O’Keefe teach you how to ensure your content strategy fails. From experience, they give examples of exactly what makes a content strategy unsuccessful.Continue reading →
In part two of two, Lightweight DITA (LwDITA) committee co-chairs, Carlos Evia and Michael Priestley, elaborate on LwDITA’s development, including use scenarios and user testing.Continue reading →
In part one of this two-part podcast, Carlos Evia and Michael Priestley talk to Gretyl Kinsey about Lightweight DITA (LwDITA): how it was conceived, the target audience, and the problems they hope it will solve.
Look out for part two on September 10th.Continue reading →