MEGAComm is a conference for technical communicators, marcom professionals, and content managers. Bill Swallow will present The evolution of smarter content at 9:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday, February 10th. Register.
LavaCon UX 2020 is a virtual content strategy conference with a New Orleans flair. Scriptorium is sponsoring and presenting at the conference. Bill Swallow will present Smart content in weird places. Gretyl Kinsey will be presenting a case study, A match made in DITA, with Karen Brothers of 3M. Presentation times coming soon! Contact us... Read more »
"The tcworld conference offers premium content from the world of technical communication, which you can’t find on the Internet. Our international speakers are selected by independent tekom committees and are evaluated to ensure maximum topicality, relevance and quality presentations." Contact us to schedule a private meeting during the event.
Sarah O'Keefe is delivering the Wednesday closing keynote, Closing the Gap: Getting design teams and XML teams onto the same page, on March 17th at 6:00 p.m. ET. Register.
ConVEx is a virtual experience for content developers. Scriptorium will be sponsoring and exhibiting during the event. Gretyl Kinsey's presentation, Scaling Smart Content Across the Enterprise, will be available in the ConVEx library. Gretyl will also be available for a candid conversation on Monday, April 26th at 3:00 p.m. ET. Sarah O'Keefe is participating in... Read more »
Does your website include content from multiple departments? If so, you need an enterprise content strategy rather than a departmental strategy. Enterprise content strategy addresses each content type as part of the overall user experience. In this presentation, Elizabeth Patterson explores how to build a holistic content strategy across your customer-facing content groups. Register.
Join industry experts Christopher Hill from Data Conversion Laboratory and Alan Pringle from Scriptorium as they present a proven process to achieve content reuse at scale across your organization. Register.
Smart content (intelligent content, XML) has been used in technical content development for quite a while, and has been used to produce user guides, online help, web content and other technical publications. But we’re now seeing many other groups adopting smart content and pushing content out in a variety of creative ways. In this webcast,... Read more »
Content as a Service (CaaS) moves content out of the traditional publishing world. Instead of creating content and pushing it to consumers at the end of the content lifecycle, you make content available on demand. Content consumers connect to a content repository and extract what they need. In a CaaS system, the content consumer might... Read more »