Want a sample of what you’ll learn at LavaCon 2015? Recordings of our 2014 keynote sessions are made possible by Diamond Sponsor Adobe Systems:
|Andrea Ames||Forget “Predict” the Future—Create the Future!
Andrea’s session starts six minutes into the recording, after Jack Molisani’s welcome remarks.
|Vikram Verma||The State of Mobile Publishing
|Christopher Ward||A Printer, a Desktop, and Tablet Walk into a Bar…
Creating TechCom Nirvana
|Noz Urbina||Integrating our Online and Offline Worlds|
|Joe Gollner||10 (7) Secrets to Success in Content Initiatives|
|Tom Aldous||TechComm 2020: Get Ready to be Part of the
|Christopher Ward and Jennifer Fell||Revenue Content Strategy 101|
The keynote sessions from our 2013 conference are also available.
2014 Speaker Slides
The Infosnacker's Guide to the Galaxy Embracing Short Form, Ephemeral and Realtime Content Strategies Don't panic and carry a towel. Winners are grabbing your ...
As content professionals, our jobs require more cross-team collaboration than ever, and that means it's getting tougher to delineate our disciplines. When was ...
Thesis: There are no longer discrete online and offline worlds. Holding onto this idea is hurting our communications. In this session we take a look at the med...
General Session Keynote Presentation at Lavacon 2014. Get ready to be part of the content era
LavaCon speakers are industry experts—practicing professionals willing share their best practices and lessons learned.
2014 Keynote Speaker: Kristina Halvorson
Kristina is widely recognized as one of the most important voices in content strategy. She was instrumental in establishing content strategy as an essential practice in UX design, communications strategy and organizational design. Her book, Content Strategy for the Web, is considered the gold standard for content strategy literature and is credited with laying the foundation for a now rapidly evolving industry.
Detailed Program and Schedule
Download the conference schedule in PDF or see the sessions by day below.
New: Virtual registration is now open! In the program schedule, sessions with a screen icon are broadcast live (and recorded for future playback). See the Virtual Track page for more information.
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