Publishers and Content Strategy
What would a content strategy for publishing look like? A thought experiment.
About This Presentation
This presentation was intially given at the Information Architecture Summit on 19 March 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Spurred on by the response to the talk then, and to further discussion since it was posted online, I am embarking on a broader project around the role of editorial strategy.
In future (time permitting!), I hope to add an audio voiceover: there’s only so much that can be deduced from the slides themselves.
That said, if you have any questions, please post them here.
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