I have just completed a fascinating six month project, creating a new online content strategy course. Users are finding it to be thought-provoking and inspirational, and that’s mainly thanks to the help and enthusiasm of the many professional content contributors (most of whom I have not met) who have added their knowledge to the compilation.
There has been much discussion of responsive and adaptive web content. Most of this concern is centered on access by mobile phone users. But I have found support for a theory that this worry is largely misplaced. The hype is most probably originating from software houses anxious to generate business from CMS software upgrades.
Some random jottings on writing content for intranets, websites, email newsletters and social media by Malcolm Davison of www.writingfortheweb.co.uk. Select the RSS feed to receive the latest (usually weekly) postings.