2010 – Paris

I don’t think any of us knew what we were getting ourselves into, but when many of the hottest names in the field accepted our invitation to speak, and registrations began flooding in from across the world, we realized it was something big. Of course, scheduling the event in Paris in the Springtime may have helped too. 170 attendees, 18 nationalities, 17 speakers, great food and wine, a dinner cruise on the Seine, and an exploding volcano… #csforum10 rocked the world!Stuart Culshaw, Conference Manager, 2010

Enjoy quick access to all media from the original CS Forum 2010 in Paris, right here!

Program resources

Optional download: CSForum 2010 Program [1.72MB]

Workshop and panel discussion media is not available, thus not included here.

Table 1: Media products from CS Forum 2010. Session links to slide decks, when available. Speaker links to Twitter (only one account if dual speakers). Media is whatever resources organisers produced (podcasts, video, spotlight interviews, etc.)
  1. Kristina Halvorson’s original slide deck is not online, but she gave the same talk, Banging the Big Drums, four months later at the Web Content Conference 2010.
  2. Sarah Cancilla’s original slide deck could not be shared with public due to Facebook’s legal restrictions at the time.
Exploring editorial strategyJeff MacIntyreVideo
Banging the big drums Kristina HalvorsonVideo
Content strategy and information architecture in Europe and European projectsSylvie Daumal
In plain language and in plain sight around the globeDeborah Bosley
What's your story? Designing a holistic customer experienceJoyce HostynVideo Spotlight
Evaluating content: it’s a corporate essential and a content strategy foundation stoneClare O'BrienVideo Spotlight
Localisation in your content strategyKenneth Yau
Mobile content: the return of shovelware?Erin Scime
Content strategy: a framework for managing content throughout its lifecycleRahel Anne BailieVideo
The writing on the wall: content strategy at Facebook Sarah Cancilla
Do we « speak » content strategy in France?Muriel Vandermeulen


Community-generated information we’ve managed to track down. If you know of something missing, tell us what it is with a link to the source.


The CS Forum 2010 Flickr pool.

Blog posts

Listed alphabetically by author names.

Bonus material

Sometimes surprises like this surface…