Q&A with Kristina Halvorson
If you’re curious about content strategy, or you’ve been following the development of this UX field all along, join us as Kristina Halvorson answers your burning questions about the latest in content strategy. And, if you bring your copy of Content Strategy for the Web, Second Edition, we bet she’ll even sign it for you.
We’ll be doing something different with this Q&A: Before the event, you can email your questions toAhava@ahamediagroup.com. Kristina will answer those questions we choose.
Register for the event
6:00-7:00 p.m. Registration and Networking (snacks provided)
7:00-8:30 p.m. Q&A
You must register in advance to attend. No walkup registration is permitted since we need to provide a final list to our host earlier in the day.
Kristina Halvorson is the author of Content Strategy for the Web , both editions. In addition to living in Minneapolis and eating cake, she is one of the world’s experts in content strategy, the UX discipline devoted to managing, creating and governing content online. Kristina is also the CEO of Brain Traffic, a content strategy consultancy and the producer of ConFab, the content strategy conference. You can follow Kristina on Twitter.
Location and Directions
American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
1666 K St. NW
Washington, DC 20006
Farragut North (red line, use K Street exit) or Farragut West (orange/blue lines, use 17th Street exit). The office is on the northeast corner of Farragut Square.
There is a Capitol Bikeshare station across the street.
There are numerous public garages (pay) nearby. There is some street parking, but many of the major streets have rush hour parking restrictions until 6:30, so be sure to check the signs.
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is a nonprofit international association of more than 1,500 public and private member organizations, engaged in the areas of bus, paratransit, light rail, commuter rail, subways, waterborne passenger services, and high-speed rail. This includes: transit systems; planning, design, construction, and finance firms; product and service providers; academic institutions; transit associations and state departments of transportation.