Metadata for Content Management helps digital content managers think in terms of organization and a practical application of metadata principles.
Author David Diamond (DAM Survival Guide) avoids theoretical and academic discussions, instead providing real-world guidance to those designing or redesigning content management or digital asset management systems.
Learn how taxonomy and metadata work within digital systems, and see how they affect policy, collaboration, workflow and user acceptance of digital content management systems.
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About the Author
In 2013, Diamond created DAM Guru Program, now the world's largest community of digital asset and content management professionals. In the same year, he was awarded the "DAMMY of the Year," the industry's highest honor, for his contributions to content management education.
Diamond has held senior management positions at Apple, Sony and the University of Southern California. He is an accomplished 3D illustrator and author for aviation audiences, and a licensed pilot.
Diamond co-founded, recorded and toured with the 80s band Berlin.
He lives in Truckee, California, from where he directs global community education and marketing for Swiss software maker, Picturepark.
Diamond's first two books, "Flight Training: Taking the Short Approach" and "DAM Survival Guide," are available from Amazon and other booksellers.