Are you writing content for the web? Here are some resources that the Digital Library Web Team recommend:
- Writing is thinking Sally Kerrigan on A List Apart
- Govt.nz – how we create our content Alison Jack
- Writing for the Web – same as it ever was? Courtney Johnston
- Writing for the web Bill Bennett
New Zealand Government Web Toolkit
The New Zealand Government Web Toolkit has information on web accessibility for content editors, how to write for the web, and managing content in a project environment.
Contented is a New Zealand business providing web-based training courses for people writing content for web sites and intranets. Their blog links to invaluable writing advice and their book Write me a web page, Elsie! is essential reading. Their site also features articles about writing web content.
New Zealand Plain English standard promoted by the Write Group
Don’t make me think by Steve Krug
‘This handbook presents principles that should be kept in mind when evaluating site usability’.
In a word: The essential tool for finding the perfect word by Mark Broach
“a book for journalists, critics, writers, bloggers, students and anyone else looking to get their message across more effectively. So much more than a dictionary or thesaurus, this book is designed to guide people to the exact word they need in order to articulate their message in the most inspired and impressive kind of way”.