Content Design: an expanding discipline
It is an exciting time for people working in content, and a milestone week for content design as a stand-alone role, recognised within the industry.
This news follows the Shopify announcement that they are also adopting the discipline and changing their team from Content Strategy to Content Design.
Content Design London’s founder, Sarah, first defined the term ‘content design’ in the early days of GOV.UK, where she led the award-winning content team in the design of the UK government website. In the decade since, we’ve worked with large and small organisations across the private and public sectors to change the way they think about content.
Sarah said, “At gov.uk, we changed the title so that the rest of government would see the work of content people in a different way. We wanted to show them the full set of skills and that we had extended far beyond checking for typos. It’s great to see the industry recognising the same fact: content people are brilliant (I may be biased)”.
It is exciting to hear the content design discipline being widely adopted. We are so proud and excited to be part of this journey.
For more information about content design, these blog posts may be useful:
If you are new to content design and would like to learn more, all public training courses and events are available to book on the Content Design London Eventbrite page, or please email us to discuss a project or idea, we would love to hear from you.
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2 day foundation content design course 29 and 30 September 2021 (online. Sold out, waitlist open)
2 day Advanced content design course 20 and 21 October 2021 (online)
2 day foundation content design course. AEDT timings 30 November and 01 December 2021 (online)