Level 2, 2-12 Allen Street, Wellington
Agile is everywhere. But does an approach designed for software development work for content?
Sara and Katie from Wellington content agency Sixtyproof don't have all the answers, but they do have a collection of different experiences, a number of thoughts — and also several opinions.
Let's get together and share some knowledge to start making agile work for content.
Doors open at 5.30pm, MeetUp starts at 6pm. Thanks to Optimal for hosting!
Katie has a lifelong love for language, and has been obsessed with the internet since there was an internet to be obsessed with. She believes strongly that web content is a design skill – what’s on the page and where is as important, if not more important, than how it’s phrased. Katie has both a knack for strategy and the big picture and an obsessive eye for detail, and fervently believes that better content might save the world.
A former journalist, Sara has been working with words her entire career. Sara started Sixtyproof with Katie after struggling to find an agency that understood that good web content is about more than just nice words. She strongly believes that content is central to design and the user experience – and vice versa – and integral to a successful website. She is passionate about quality content.
love all things Digital
Tea-loving content strategist and knitter.
User Researcher at Optimal Workshop
Life is complex, make the web simple. Do less, do it better!
Always interested in learning more about design and the web.
I write stuff for Optimal Workshop. And also look after the office dogs.
Video Director and Photographer with FlyingSaucer.net.nz
Just moved to Wellington...