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User needs express a user’s goals, values, and aspirations. They are requirements that add value to a product or service for a user.
Content ecosystems are maps that include all the elements of your organization’s content.
Information architecture describes the structure of a website, application, project, or system.
The main principle of user-centered content is putting the user or customer at the center of any development process.
UX writing is the practice of designing words that help customers understand how to use and interact with digital products such as apps, games, and other interfaces.
Accessibility is a person’s ability to have the access they need to websites, tools, technologies and content, regardless of their disability.
A content style guide helps keep the tone, voice, and design of the content consistent across the brand – regardless of the creator.
A content workflow is a checklist of tasks that a content team needs to perform to create and complete content.
Content crits are a collaborative process where you share content, ask for constructive feedback, bounce ideas around, and consider alternatives.