Episode 2, Part 2: Becoming an Information Architect
In Part 2 of our three-part series, Becoming an Information Architect, Amber Swope discusses how to define the role of IA and what kinds of tasks the role of an IA demands.
Episode 2, Part 1: Becoming an Information Architect
In the first of our three-part series, Becoming an Information Architect, Amber Swope introduces the survey that DITA Strategies sent out on September of 2017: why we made it, what questions the survey asked, and what kinds of responses we gathered from 35 information architects.
Using Structured XML to Power your Learning Content
Dawn Stevens, President of Comtech Services, and Amber Swope, President of DITA Strategies, explain how DITA can provide the structured foundation for your learning initiatives.
Advanced Techniques for Customer-Centric Delivery of Product Information
Join Amber Swope, President, DITA Strategies and Chip Gettinger, VP Global Solutions Consulting, SDL to learn about advanced techniques for managing and sharing structured content.
Automate to Stay Up-to-Date: 5 Ways to Maintain Your Training Content
Amber addresses one of the major challenges to developing and delivering training content today: "How do I keep my training content up to date?"
Optimizing your DITA Content Model for Translation
Are you translating DITA content? If so, are you getting the expected results?
There are many resources out there for learning about the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) – here are Amber's recommendations.
Episode 1: Meet DITA Strategies
DITA Strategies President and DITA Specialist, Amber Swope, introduces the company and explains how DITA and information architecture can help you.
Four Best Practices for Sharing Content Across Departments using DITA
Your company’s teams may produce similar or identical content, but do they share that content?
DITA Maturity Model
Have you ever wondered what investment you need to make in DITA to get specific business value benefits?
DITA XML as Neutral Content Source for Educational Publishers
The information landscape has changed drastically in the past decade, and learners’ expectations of how they interact with content have changed along with it.