Category Archives: deliverables

How to Sell Content Strategy to Management

Posted by Hilary Marsh |24 Feb 15 |

The process of selling content strategy to management begins when the content strategist has a conversation with a key decision maker. This week, author Hilary Marsh shares with us a strategy for making that conversation simple and successful.

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Back Pocket Apps: Let’s Reconsider the Wireframe

Posted by Golden Krishna |17 Feb 15 |

What if instead of designing systems to be touched and tapped, we avoided screens, embraced typical processes, and made apps that worked best when our phones are in our pockets? Author of The Best Interface is No Interface, Golden Krishna discusses one of the provocatively different UX methodologies from his new book.

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Designing Digital Strategies, Part 2: Connected User Experiences

Posted by Sofia Hussain |27 Jan 15 |

Offline and online experiences can interact and overlap easily in today’s world. In Part 2 of this 2-part series, author Sofia Hussain shows us how to turn an ecosystem map into a tool for creating truly holistic experiences.

Designing Digital Strategies, Part 2: Connected User Experiences

Posted by Sofia Hussain |27 Jan 15 |

Offline and online experiences can interact and overlap easily in today’s world. In Part 2 of this 2-part series, author Sofia Hussain shows us how to turn an ecosystem map into a tool for creating truly holistic experiences.

Putting the “VP” into MVP

Posted by Jerry Cao |13 Jan 15 |

The MVP. The Minimum Viable Product. It’s a dream many designers hope to someday attain, yet it’s a difficult one to achieve. This week, author Jerry Cao reminds us that MVP isn’t just about keeping the product small, but also finding the best way to test the concept with an audience.

Putting the “VP” into MVP

Posted by Jerry Cao |13 Jan 15 |

The MVP. The Minimum Viable Product. It’s a dream many designers hope to someday attain, yet it’s a difficult one to achieve. This week, author Jerry Cao reminds us that MVP isn’t just about keeping the product small, but also finding the best way to test the concept with an audience.