Fresh Meadows, NY – April 3, 2018 – In an annual content trends survey fielded by DCL and the Center for Information Development Management (CIDM), 48 percent of respondents said that their content was not ready to support their plans for the future. Last year that number was 51 percent, which is minimal progress. The survey responses make clear that content is recognized as a high-value asset for many organizations, so why then is so much of it locked in formats resistant to the level of analysis and number of delivery platforms available in today’s “big data” world?
Whether you're a UX team of one, or a content strategist, designer, researcher, or developer on a large team, collaboration can be difficult. We all know silos aren't the answer, so how do you work together without stepping on toes or forcing the whole team to wait at each step of the process? In the final webinar of this three-part series, content strategist Marli Mesibov will take a look at methodologies that ease the design process, and learn how a group can truly function as a team.
Fresh Meadows, NY, Apr. 13, 2015 – Content developers have increased the range of tools they use to deliver technical content, and while they recognize the need to manage digital content across platforms and outputs, they struggle with resource constraints in meeting customer demands. These are some of the key findings in the third annual “Following the Trends – Is Your Content Ready” survey, jointly conducted by Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) and the Center for Information Development Management (CIDM).