The serenity test of good content is: Does the page look spacious, calm and orderly? As a copywriter, you can shape and format your text in such a way that the reader feels calm and confident. This blog gives you 3 simple content design tips.
Blog: Content writing and content strategy insights
In my work as a content strategist, I meet many web content teams, who tell me they are overworked and undervalued.
If you look after a website with hundreds or even thousands of pages, you probably know what I mean.
When I became a parent, I felt like I was on a treadmill all the time. I wanted to work, spend quality time with my kids, keep active, pay off the mortgage, and please everyone. But I was pleasing no one. I knew something had to change. I needed more flexibility (and way less stress than my lawyer job). I wanted to have more control over how my day looked. I had always loved to write. Writing gave me pleasure. It was creative and allowed me to express ideas and tell powerful stories.
Producing a big website is like running a marathon, culminating in a frantic sprint over the finish line. After the mad dash of go-live, it is easy to forget that the real race begins — that is, the race to top search rankings and win customer engagement.
Our latest blog offers a super-charged micro strategy to content teams looking for direction and impact after go-live.
Look out for the free spreadsheet to help you get your H1 Project up and running.
- discusses the important role of writers in menu design
- reveals a common usability problem with landing pages
- proposes a clever way to design user-friendly menu structures and landing pages
- shows you how to replicate the Gov.uk menu for your government website or corporate website.