I didn’t blog much last year but I have been busy nonetheless. I worked with a number of new clients in a number of different industries. I collaborated with those in higher education, the pharmaceutical industry, and finance as well as several different B-to-Bs that make things we use every day but take for granted. At... Read More »
The start of a new year is a great time to conduct an audit of the web standards in your organization. Web standards are important since they allow for a decentralized group of people-- like contributors throughout various departments, a large in-house web team or external web design firms-- to work on the same sites,... Read More »
Rosenfeld Media recently posed this question to Lisa Welchman: Why is website development such a common source of conflict within organizations?
Her answer is full of examples, er symptoms, of immature web governance. Which ones can you relate to?
Everyone's arguing about font colors, technologies, information... Read More »
Earlier this year I was invited to speak at the 2012 Government Web and New Media conference in Washington, DC. I was supposed to offer a talk about web governance and provide some context for the (then) forth-coming recommendations for improving web governance in government. I wanted to do something... Read More »
Recently, some high-profile sites aimed at children-- like those of recognizable brands such as McDonald’s, Viacom and General Mills-- have come under fire for violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) which has stipulations related to the collection of information from kids under 13.
Many... Read More »
Early this Fall I gave a talk at a Content Strategy Forum event in London. In the talk, I'm attempting to place content strategy within the context of Web Governance. I'm not sure I succeeded but I watched the video and though it was a pretty coherent expression of my current thought about web and digital... Read More »