Planning, organising, and maintaining college and university web content is challenging. Competing priorities, resource limitations and siloed departments all have the potential to derail content projects.Whether you’re preparing for a large-scale website redesign, a capital campaign microsite, or just refreshing a few key pages, you want to get the right content to the right audience on time and on budget.In this webinar recording, mStoner’s Content Strategist Shannon Lanus shares practical examples and techniques that you can use to avoid common pitfalls of content delivery for your next project.
From this webinar recording you’ll learn:
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Anyone who works with content in higher education
Shannon Lanus is a Content Strategist at mStoner, a digital-first creative agency that has partnered with more than 350 colleges, universities, and professional schools in the U.S. and abroad. Shannon wrangles and reimagines content to create better web experiences, making sure great content and amazing design coexist in every mStoner project. With a background in film and TV development, she uses narrative techniques to craft and improve digital content. She has led panels and workshops on finding and telling compelling stories.
A more powerful approach content structure.
Top tips, practical advice and examples to make sure your content style guide is an effective asset as part of your content operations.