We all want the same things. From research to concepts to IA, nomenclature, design and development, we all want to create the best user experience possible.
Content is a constant in the design continuum, and with the rise of increasingly agile and cross-disciplinary UX design teams, we have a unique chance to demonstrate content's core value to UX: it's flexibility, granularity and ability to engage directly with the user.
Elizabeth will share her experience working with a developer and UX architect to improve both process and product - a major financial website redesign. Using Topic Maps, they build an information model that steamlined and managed UX deliverables and the scope and production of content.
What you'll learn:
1. How to integrate collaboratively with a UX team.
2. Tools and methods UX designers use relevant to content strategy and production.
3. How to use topic maps to develop and design the structure of large, complex websites.
5th–7th September 2011