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SIX THINKING HATS
content planning

opening slide: information design

Using the lateral thinking method by Dr Edward de Bono to refine your website’s content and IA (information architecture)

opening slide: SIX THINKING HATS content planning
THE CYCLE OF SITE PRODUCTION & UPKEEP: define, design prototype, iterate, review, test, iterate
 MAKING THE CONTENT WORK FOR YOUR TRAGET GROUP: content audit for context and people
 INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE | NAVIGATION: IA leads nav design
How can we create a website that delivers? How do we plan for an effective content structure? How can we make sure to meet people’s expectations and needs?
							  WORK WITH PEOPLE FOR PEOPLE.
CONSIDER ALL ABILITIES: phiscal, sensory, cognitive
ACCESSIBILITY OF CONTENT: CONSIDER ALL ABILITIES: examples of tabs, transcripts, audio
 CONSIDER ALL INDIVIDUALS & SITUATIONS
SIX THINKING HATS
SIX THINKING HATS: white hat
SIX THINKING HATS: yellow hat
SIX THINKING HATS: black hat
SIX THINKING HATS: red hat
SIX THINKING HATS: green hat
SIX THINKING HATS: blue hat
SIX THINKING HATS for content audit
SIX THINKING HATS, content audit questions: white hat
SIX THINKING HATS, content audit questions: yellow hat
SIX THINKING HATS, content audit questions: black hat
SIX THINKING HATS, content audit questions: red hat
SIX THINKING HATS, content audit questions: green hat
SIX THINKING HATS, content audit questions: blue hat
SIX THINKING HATS, creating personas
SIX THINKING HATS, new persona: white hat - the rational mind
SIX THINKING HATS, new persona: yellow hat - the optimist
SIX THINKING HATS, new persona: black hat - the sceptic
SIX THINKING HATS, new persona: red hat - the intuitive mind
SIX THINKING HATS, new persona: green hat - the creative mind
SIX THINKING HATS, new persona: blue hat - the analyst
CONTENT -> IA -> SITE MAP
design with people for people - design for inclusion and delight
closing slide

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