Content Design course winners
Published 28 October 2019, by Sarah Winters in Content Design.
To launch CDL’s international courses we ran a competition on 16th -23rd October 2019 to win a spot on one of our courses in Manchester and Australia. We’ll have more competitions in the coming months so look out for other opportunities.
The competition question was: how would you define or describe content design?
Here are just some of the entries we received. We had so many that we loved. They were so creative and described and represented content design, so well, it was challenging to choose a winner. Thanks very much for everyone who entered.
@ContentDesignLDN: "How would you define or describe content design?"— David Morton (@davidmorton89) October 23, 2019
Content design is more than just words, it's using research to give people the information they need in the best format.
It's about making things simple, effective and inclusive. #ContentDesignManchester pic.twitter.com/a0L6uArZri
Content Design is how to turn motivation into satisfaction through interaction.— Chris Harding 🦑 (@The_Kraken) October 18, 2019
Content design is making sure your format, structure and tone is relevant, useful and usable for your target audience. It’s also ensuring your content, interactions and visual design are created together so they all work in harmony as a frictionless user experience.— Rachel McConnell (@Minette_78) October 22, 2019
And the winner is:
And the winner is:
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