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An Introduction to Content Ecosystem Maps
Tell me if any of these sound familiar:

“I’m just trying to get my head around what all we’re doing with content.”
“I don’t know how many domains we have.”
“Our content teams are all in silos and nobody knows what anybody else is doing.”
“There’s so much happening with content and we’re not sure where to even start.”
If so, consider creating a content ecosystem map. Content ecosystem maps are my preferred tool for understanding and documenting an organization’s content reality. They can be quick little diagrams made in an afternoon or part of a robust, multi-week discovery and documentation process.
contentstrategy  by:scottkubie  via:kristinahalvorson  contentecosystemmap  content 
september 2019 by dirtystylus
I Can’t Quit Content First Design – Prototypr
I find that by planning the goals of the project and aligning the content around the goals, everything from the color choice to the photography is no longer artistic guesses, but strategic, creative decisions that align with goals and desired outcomes.
contentstrategy  content  contentfirst  design  via:karenmcgrane 
september 2018 by dirtystylus
“Content & Display Patterns,” an article by Dan Mall
Ten projects of this type along, I feel like I’m getting the hang of what to look for and how to design this way. For those that are a bit newer though, one of the exercises I often turn to when I’m having trouble visualizing a content workflow is to think about how my boss, my client, or I would manage and maintain the content. I do that by designing a fake CMS for the piece I’m working on.
webdev  designpatterns  design  webdesign  via:danielmall  content  contentstrategy  styleguide  workflow  teamwork 
october 2016 by dirtystylus

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