Use radar charts to make (relatively) simple visual comparisons of a range of disparate features and ideas.
Workshops are rosy places where big ideas and sticky notes rule. But how do we turn the vision and enthusiasm from a workshop into something that gives us long-term momentum? With a content roadmap.
You remember mad libs, right—those little books where you’d fill in the blanks with random nouns, verbs, and adjectives and end up with a ridiculous story? Well, here’s a use for mad libs that’s not ridiculous at all: incorporating them into a content workshop.
This gap identification exercise uses radar charts to help find holes—like unserved audiences, or features not tied to larger business goals—in website and content planning.