This talk was given as a keynote for the HEEMAC conference at the University of Southern Florida.
With the adoption of responsive design, we're finding that our pixel perfect content is no longer being placed in pixel perfect boxes on pixel perfect web sites. Placeholder content no longer suffices during development. Copy and paste doesn't work in migrating between designs. With the emergence of the small screen as a primary computing device, web site design is more strongly informed by our content than ever before. With these changes we need to rethink how content affects layouts, and how we can best communicate these changes and engage with stakeholders to create future-friendly web sites.
Learn why we need to be advocates for content at all phases of a project.
Explore the fundamental content types and content rules that will shape how content flows and is viewed by visitors.
Learn how content choreography can help keep our stakeholders most important message the focus of your site.
Review and rethink our web development workflows to create a new process that is better suited to addressing the constraints of the small screen.