All posts for "content management" tag

Using content priority wireframes to assist in copy production

Published
27th August 2013
by 
Jon Fisher
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Using content priority wireframes to assist in copy production

As the resurgence in content strategy has continued to grow I have encountered much anecdotal evidence from my peers regarding the delay in projects due to a lack of decent copy. Copy production can often create a chicken and egg scenario where the team is unable to progress without the copy, or the design (using lorem ipsum) does not reflect the copy being produced. This article outlines how to enhance Content Priority Wireframes to help get around this chicken and egg scenario, it is not an article about the use of lorum ipsum.

Why are websites big?

Published
20th October 2010
by 
Jon Fisher
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Why are websites big?

Why do some websites have ten pages whilst others have 10,000? What makes a website big? I am not talking about how to do content strategy nor am I talking about analytic review and content pruning. I am asking a very simple question: why are some websites bigger than others?