Today, I had the pleasure of giving my workshop Mental Modeling For Content Work: Contextual Inquiry, Personas and Planning at Confab Central. Below are helpful links, downloads and resources relating to today’s program. I’ve organized material that is relevant for you by section as it applied to the order of the workshop exercises. Contextual Inquiry […]
About Daniel Eizans
Daniel Eizans is a curious, research oriented content strategist working at Campbell-Ewald. He focuses the majority of his independent research on how the brain creates contextual connections to information, whether that content be the written word, pieces of motion, still images or through suggestion.
Dan’s other areas of interest include the process of information delivery, the negative effects of social networking on youth, loss of productivity and other issues arising from the world’s obsession with real-time information
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A few weeks ago I read a tweet from Peter Morville (@morville) quoting a comment at the end of this post discussing an absence of discussions around information architecture in new “user experience” books. The post itself is fantastic, but the comment, “I think the smart move actually, is to double-down on information architecture…” gives […]
I’m now two weeks removed from a fantastic experience at Confab London. I had some fantastic conversations about the future of the practice of content strategy and was more than encouraged by the reaction I received for my talk “Mental Modelling For Content Work.” The presentation has grown from original version I tackled for Midwest […]