Vinish Garg - Issue #56 [Content]

Hey all!Friday and we have another Readings issue on content. Today’s issue includes taxonomy standar
Vinish Garg - Issue #56 [Content]
By Vinish Garg • Issue #56
Hey all!
Friday and we have another Readings issue on content. Today’s issue includes taxonomy standards, IA for phone, DITA2.0. ROI of documentation, Confluence for UX documentation, headless and not brainless CMS, and Minimum Viable Content!

Since “taxonomies” are rather loosely defined, standards specifically for taxonomies do not exist, but there are standards that are relevant to taxonomies. 
Content is the key ingredient in so many user experiences. So how does it change when it comes to planning a mobile user experience?
Nine B2B companies share how their print magazines are essential to their content marketing success – Content Marketing Institute
We wanted to look at: how many support calls an organisation needs to have resolved by users reading the Help content instead of calling Support, before it starts to see a return on the cost of creating the Help.
Don’t Wait for the DITA 2.0 Standard to Migrate to DITA, by Keith Schengili-Roberts, IXIASOFT Market Researcher and DITA Evangelist
By Scott Abel | Jun 19, 2017 | Artificial Intelligence, Audio Development, Conversational Commerce, Machine Learning, Text-to-Speech | 0 |
With today’s brave new Web, there’s no place for mobile-tablet-desktop thinking.
Microcopy, UX copy, content, words… we have lots of ways of describing the content we put into the interactive
Why is Confluence our tool of choice when it comes to documenting UX design concepts? The answer: collaboration, flexibility, and creating a single source of truth.
Kevin Lynch, EVP and Co-Founder of ComBlu shares highlights and insights from Acrolinx Content Connections 2017 on how to manage your content quality.
So began Mirhonda Studevant’s (@okKMchef) twenty-five minute Information Development World presentation, one of the most compelling talks on empathy in content I have ever heard.
iDTP presents a special training on how to Effectively Organize, Manage and Automate Content Projects with DITA.
With the rising buzz of headless CMS, comes the rising misunderstanding that CMS systems must fall into one of two categories: fully headless systems that require a…
In this podcast, Gretyl Kinsey and Alan Pringle discuss Scriptorium’s DITA training resource, LearningDITA.com.
The problem-solving information our Technical Authors create can also attract prospects to your website. It helps convert your trial users into paying clients. It can also reduce your support team’s workload.
Don’t put all your eggs into a big content basket. Implement minimum-viable-content approach – Content Marketing Institute
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If you find this list useful, I will appreciate if you can share it in your network. Let it reach more ‘content’ & ‘business’ people!
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