More and more, enterprise organizations are talking about being “data-first.” Stream the data! Get the data into the cloud! There’s just one problem: This data comes from different systems that have conflicting definitions, labels, and formats for the same concepts. Even in the cloud, even when streaming, systems that don’t share definitions can’t easily “talk” to one another. One machine spells it potato, and another spells it potatoe, and now they’re not sure if they are pointing to the same tuber.
As content designers, we can help by bringing a customer-centric, content-first perspective to how our data is defined, labeled, and structured in our APIs, code, and other technical systems.
In this session, you will learn:
Who will benefit most: Content designers who are new to working with structured content, data, taxonomies, and ontologies, and who are working in large enterprise organizations.
They will benefit by learning how to: