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Erik Ribsskog
Klage/Fwd: UX research techniques and content governance advice
Erik Ribsskog 17. august 2020 kl. 18:12
Til: juridisk
Kopi: Rob Mills , elh@forbrukertilsynet.no, inger.lise.blyverket@forbrukerradet.no, fmovpost
Hei,

dette er trakassering som følge av identitetstyveri, (virker det som).

(Jeg har ikke kontaktet disse).

Vennligst rydd opp!

Med hilsen

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

Jeg sender fortsatt om identitetstyveri til Datatilsynet, (siden at det ikke
virker helt klart, hvem andre jeg burde sende om dette til, synes
jeg).


---------- Forwarded message ---------
Fra: Rob Mills
Date: tir. 28. jul. 2020 kl. 08:30
Subject: UX research techniques and content governance advice
To:


Hi Erik,



I've been looking forward to sharing this week's article. It's all about testing to ensure your information architecture (IA) is intuitive, easily navigable, and truly user-centric. Author, Alice Chen, shares two methods for developing your IA strategy: card sorting and tree testing.



Alice is a content strategist at TELUS and walks us through when to use card sorting or tree testing, how to set up card sorting and tree testing, and offers different testing options using these methods depending on your budget. There's also a case study from TELUS to show the application of these methods on a website redesign, with what went well, and what Alice would do differently next time. It's a great read:


[Article] The importance of user research in your information architecture strategy →



It's back! We're running our free content governance masterclass again. It's presented by Padma Gillen who was previously Head of Content Design at the Government Digital Service.



Padma will coach attendees on what content governance is, why good content governance ensures your organisation's content works for your users, and how to put effective governance in place. Plenty of advice and examples whatever size your organisation is:



[Masterclass] Content governance: The golden rules you need to make great content at scale →

(Thursday, August 27, 4pm to 6pm UK time)



Related: we have a content governance checklist for you to work through to build a simple content governance model. Content governance model checklist →



As always, I hope these are all helpful.


Thanks,
Rob
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