If you want to hear a great story about a great career, you need to listen to Noz Urbina, the best-dressed man in content strategy. Noz talks to Ed Marsh about how to make content a business asset, literally writing the book on content strategy, and his path to creating his own consultancy and conference.
Hannah Kirk (@pinkhairedCS), the Pink-haired Content Strategist, talks to Ed Marsh about conference experiences, how academia compares to Silicon Valley, how kids interact with technology, and reminds Ed how old he is.
Phylise Banner, learning experience designer, talks to Ed Marsh about being a digital native, why eLearning and forms are so bad, what it’s like coordinating the online community at a major conference, and her passion for education theory and transportation.
Viqui Dill, Senior Technical Writer at American Woodmark in Virginia, talks to Ed Marsh how everyone is a project manager in some form, life in the (literal) hardware industry, her day of 500 hugs, what is just-in-time documentation, and more.
Viqui is also an accomplished “bad-ass bass player’ and a self-proclaimed techcomm evangelist.
Alan J. Porter, Head of Strategic Services Practice at [A], talks to Ed Marsh about why tech writers are now content engineers, why metadata is important, what it’s like to document massive hardware, and more.
Alan is also an accomplished author and critic of comics, pop culture, sci-fi, and more.