DAM News Round-Up – 6th September 2021
A collection of recent DAM-related articles from around the web.
Henrik de Gyor poses his usual set of questions in this recent interview with Charles Duncan, Technical Project Manager at Disney Parks and Resorts. Covering topics such as content pipelines, and the level of data governance required when handling millions of brand-heavy assets, it’s an intriguing glimpse into the importance of DAM in one of the world’s most recognisable and successful franchises.
Digital Asset Manager software provider Widen explore the field of UX (User Experience) in this recent blog post. The article discusses the collection of various key metrics that can assist in identifying and shaping your DAM user experience, along with a series of tips and insights that will allow you to approach the topic as a more research-based, investigative exercise.
Author and Taxonomy expert Heather Hedden discusses the topic of Knowledge Engineering, and how it goes beyond taxonomy and ontology design, which only address the hierarchical structure and relationships. With her usual detailed and concise descriptions, Heather sets out the key differences and distinctions between the often confusing set of disciplines that make up knowledge engineering.
DAM vendor Bynder discuss emerging trends in creative operations and design operations, and how manual, low-skill tasks can be automated to free up more time for the actual creative process. The article covers a broad range of topics, tips and insights, and is a worthwhile read for anyone tasked with troubleshooting or streamlining their creative workflows to maximise ROI and improve turnaround speed and delivery times.Share this Article: