5 articles Tag web content strategy

Digital Content Strategy KHub group

I’m pleased to finally announce that Carl Haggerty and I have come good on our UK GovCamp 2012 pledge to found an online space for discussions and knowledge sharing on digital content strategy in local government and wider public sector. This week we launched the Digital Content Strategy group on the Knowledge Hub and we’re hoping this will be a good starting point to build a community. share knowledge and files, have discussions and bring …

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Ghosts of content past

Ghosts of content past

In which we check whether your website has been beseiged by zombie content… Are some of your web pages a bit slow? Do they make you moan or wail in despair when you see them? Are they a bit grey and possibly have words flapping loose? Do you have nightmares about them and fear they want to suck the living will from you? *whispers* You might have an infestation of zombie content on your website. …

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ReallyUsefulDay – GDS meets localgov

An exciting day out in London today at the Government Digital Service / LocalDirectGov Really Useful Day, looking at the user journeys between GovUK and council websites. Hosted at DCLG, the day had a practical bent as after some initial background information was given we broke into groups and focused on re-working a user task to come up with an ideal wireframe for the journey. In the morning sessions we looked at tasks a citizen …

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