After a break in transmission we are now back to normal service with me reflecting inwardly and also outwardly to the world of DAM to question what value we are … Continue reading Do you REALLY need that?
Digital content and publishing specialist, with 16 years experience in the world of DAM procuring and implementing systems. I have worked in magazines, brand management and eCommerce environments working as the translator between technology and business requirements. I enjoy coming up with creative ways to develop new digital products, generate buy in from users and stakeholders for implementation of new workflows and technology, and expediency when rolling out systems. My motto - if you can't deliver a thin slice deliverable or a proof of concept in three months then don't do it. And I also like craft beer...but that's another story. Specialties: Digital Asset Management (DAM); Digital Content Platforms and Ecosystem; New product development (Apps and Websites); Creative workflow management; Project management; Business change; Rights management and negotiation
Looking at how businesses think about people when using Digital Asset management
In a world where DAMs are expected do more than digital asset management or are part of a larger platform where you can buy a DAM, and a CMS, and … Continue reading Open API – yea right.
Whilst visiting my parents this weekend I embarked on my usual photographic voyage with my iPhone taking pictures of the garden, the cats in strange sleeping positions, my Sunday lunch, … Continue reading Curation v Creation part 2
In my last post I was talking about how I was hoping that positivity would reign at the Henry Stewart DAM conference in New York, and you know what, I … Continue reading DAM – it’s not all unicorn parades