Creating content collaboratively with stakeholders, editors, designers and writers adds complexities to the process the average CMS and word processor just weren’t designed for. Luckily, there’s a whole world of apps, tools, process hacks and best practices out there to help. During this wine and webinar, Scott Kubie breaks down “writing” into a helpful four-part framework that makes it easier for you and your team to choose the right tools for the job.
Anyone who has to write web, business, or informational copy on a regular basis can benefit from this presentation.
A few things we’ll cover:
• Apps and techniques for collaborating on drafts without losing your work — or your sanity
• Tools for generating ideas together and organizing the results
• Tips on providing asynchronous feedback through email and project management tools
• Time-saving resources for overworked content teams
• The pros and cons of popular collaboration tools like Google Drive, Draft, and Editorially
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Scott Kubie is a designer from Des Moines, Iowa. As a consultant, speaker, and workshop facilitator, Scott helps individuals and teams better understand how their tools, processes, and principles affect the quality of their products and communication.