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Content strategists at Facebook plan, structure, and create content for more than a billion people. But they’re not writers or content marketers—they’re interaction designers, information architects, and UX practitioners. They design and build product experiences that are simple, straightforward and human.
And so can you. Content strategy isn't just for big organizations. It's for anyone who's building an experience. And by using our approach, you can start building better content.
In this presentation, you'll learn:
- How content strategy works in a context of product design and development
- A framework for minimum viable content that provides quality and consistency
- How to build and iterate on product content experiences to meet people's needs
- How to stand up and become a better advocate for the people using your products
Stand up for putting The Why before The How.
Stand up for value, ease of use, and craft.
Stand up for meeting (and exceeding) people's needs.
Stand up for BETTER CONTENT!
Inspired by Maria Giudice of Facebook, Ian Lurie of Portent, and Jason Mesut of Plan. Based on the works of Jesse James Garrett, Simon Sinek, A.H. Maslow, Kristina Halvorson, Rachel Lovinger, Dan Saffer/Kicker Studio, Erin Kissane, Michael Powers, Sarah O'Keefe, Hilary Marsh, Wouter De Bres, Matt Toback, Eric Ries/The Lean Startup, Dr. Chun Wei Choo, Libby Brittain, and more. Featuring the design work of the Facebook Analog Research Lab, including concepts by Julie Zhuo, Russ Maschmeyer, and Adam Mosseri of Facebook along with content standards from Facebook's Content Strategy team.
Originally presented at Content Marketing World on September 10, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio.
You can learn more about Jonathon Colman at http://www.jonathoncolman.org/ and follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/jcolman
Also see 200+ free, curated Content Strategy resources at http://www.jonathoncolman.org/2013/02/04/content-strategy-resources/