Summary: The Web's only content strategy show features interviews with smart people who care about content—perspectives in UX, IT, app dev, marketing, business strategy and more. Hosted by Kristina Halvorson.
Seth dives into the importance of clear, usable taxonomy. (If you're a newbie to structured content, this one's a must-hear.)
Cameron (one of the geniuses behind Fictive Kin, TeuxDeux, and Brooklyn Beta) talks about entrepreneurship, creating the ideal workspace, and why his latest app GimmeBar will radically change the way we curate content online. “Orbital content” FTW.
Having worked with content technologies for over twenty years, Joe knows a thing or two about the challenges enterprises face when it comes to content creation and management. He discusses IT today, the politics of content, and content as “potential information”.
The esteemed author of Letting Go of the Words talks about content as conversation, her early role in defining website usability, and how she sees the future of content strategy evolving. (Note: Kristina is a huge fangirl, as Ginny's work was instrumental in shaping her early career. Please excuse the fawning.)
As the former IBM.com Editor-in-Chief, James talks about what it's like to oversee 4 million unique URLs, his participation in enterprise content governance boards, and his self-directed transition to Global Search Manager.
Karen has been a pioneer in information architecture, user experience design, and content strategy for 15 years. She looks back on the evolution of UX in the late '90s, her content strategy "a-ha" moments, and how our approach to content needs to fundamentally change, starting now.
Mike Monteiro of recent "F*ck you, pay me" fame (and host of "Let's Make Mistakes") talks about the business of design, working with content strategists, and how Dan Benjamin really makes money on these podcasts.
It's still true that most clients don't really understand that planning great content is hard, and that means they don't want to pay for it. After years of stealth and successful efforts, Carrie shares invaluable insights on how to do content strategy on a shoestring budget.