We’re in the middle of a paradigm shift from unstructured content towards structured content. We need to revisit the way we capture, classify, organise and store content. We need models to define structured content. Processes to help design them. Peoples to do the work. This content modeling series provides a lightweight introduction to content models. We are using content modeling as the design approach and content models as a communication tool for structured content.
Content Modeling Series Agenda
- What is Content Modeling?
- Elements of a Content Model
- Content Modeling
- Design Guidelines
Content Modeling for Personalisation
I’m heading over to Seattle with Kate Kenyon in September 2016 to give a half day workshop on Content Modelling for Personalisation. The aim is to pull together some of the tools and techniques above, but within the context of a very real business challenge:
How to we approach the problem of designing for content in order to deliver personalised, content-driven experiences?
Join me, Kate and many others thinking hard about putting content to work at Confab Intensive.