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Monthly Archives: June 2014

A world with fewer walls (Congility 2014)

Kicking off the main part of Congility 2014, Noz Urbina looked at the evolution of content in recent years – the implications of the move from push- or broadcast-based publishing to the constant multi-directional mayhem that is the modern social net: in, out, and around. He also considered the impact this has on people’s expression of themselves, and also how organisations are being impacted: the lined between the personal and professional selves are blurring, with companies trying to take on more human personae. Read more of this post

Adaptive content modelling for omnichannel UX (Congility 2014 workshop)

This is the second time I have attended Noz Urbina’s adaptive content modelling workshop. And while it is a subject I know very well myself, he still managed to spring some surprises on me – thoughts, concepts that had not previously formed in my mind; background research information of no insignificant value. Read more of this post