Last week I announced that I’m [finally] doing a redesign of this site – and I need your help to make it as valuable as possible. I’m really lucky to be working with Matt Chevy, a designer who’s totally supportive and even into this approach of involving all of you in making this a better site. So let’s get started:
How this works:
This week, there will be 3 (yes, 3!) blog posts asking for your feedback, each with a specific topic and options. Hopefully that means it’s really easy to weigh in and you’ll give lots of feedback 🙂 After all, this process is designed to make it easy for you to get even more of what you want from me!
Redesign topic #1: The Content You Want
For today’s topic, I want to talk about the kind of content that is interesting to you and keeps you coming back for more. Figuring that piece out means that Matt and I will be able to highlight content for you, design the site to feature what you’re after, and even help me write more of the interesting stuff! There are two focus areas below and some options for answers – please note there’s an “other” listed for both as I’m sure there are things I haven’t thought to include and hope you’ll feel open to listing them!
Focus: What is the content you come here for most?
- blog posts and conversations
- presentations or speaker slides/notes
- case studies or examples
- other resources (please describe)
Focus: What elements would make content easiest to find?
- search for tags or categories
- search for titles or conferences
- search for organization names or case study topics
- other (please describe)
Please share your responses in the comments – that way others can respond/reply to your feedback as well as leave their own. Matt and I will be both be responding, asking questions, and participating as well! Please share your ideas and feedback!