Rahel Anne Bailie has many years of experience in the areas of content design and development, user experience, instructional design, and content management, including environments producing localised and internationalised content. She understands the complexities of content architecture and flows, and synthesises her findings to match business requirements to customer experience.
A self-identified geek, Rahel is drawn to technology like a moth to flame, and embraces technologies that serve to improve the performance of communication products and the processes to create and maintain them.
Rahel was elected Fellow of the Society of Technical Communication in 2009, is involved in a number of content strategy communities, and holds memberships in related professional associations such as the Information Architecture Association and User Experience Professionals Association, as well as informal groups, in order to keep current in pertinent practice areas.
Instructor: Content Strategy Master’s Program, FH-Joanneum
Co-editor: The Language of Content Strategy
Principal organiser: Content Strategy Applied 2017
Co-producer: Content Strategy Workshops
Elected Fellow: Society for Technical Communication
LinkedIn: Rahel Anne Bailie
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BIO (81 words)
Content strategy geek, integrating practices from multiple disciplines to better manage content as a business asset. Works with brands to increase the ROI of product lifecycle content. Trains up aspiring content strategists through Digital Content Academy. Supporter of content standards and semantic content, and member of OASIS. CKO at Scroll LLP, Instructor in FH-Joanneum’s Content Strategy Master’s Program, organiser of the Content, Seriously meetup, Principal Organiser of CS Applied. Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication. Writing her third industry book.
BRIEF BIO (30 words)
Integrator of content strategy, requirements analysis, information architecture, and content management to increase ROI of product lifecycle content. Supporter of content structure and standards. CKO at Scroll LLP in London.