Announcing more keynote speakers: Doug Kim

We are delighted to announce that Doug Kim of Microsoft is joining us at TCUK 2014.

Doug Kim Doug Kim is Senior Managing Editor for, and leads guidelines and best practices for Voice in Office. He was Arts and Entertainment editor of The Seattle Times for 10 years, and actually finds that editing ballet and restaurant reviews was excellent practice for the tech industry. Although that’s probably a different talk…


Doug will present a keynote session and a special follow-up workshop on "No. More. Robot. Speak. - Our journey to a (way) better Microsoft Voice and why it matters"


In this hands-on workshop, Doug will recap the principles of good editorial voice and some of the mechanics that can help you achieve it. Participants will do one rewrite exercise as a group, then split into teams of 2-3 people. There, you’ll revise a real piece of content that someone else brought, using the principles and writing techniques in play. Doug will share out as many of the revisions as possible in the time available, then allow some socializing and discussion, centered around your revisions.


Announcing the 1st of the keynote speakers for TCUK 2014 – Rahel Bailie

We are delighted to announce that Rahel Anne Bailie is the first of our keynote speakers for TCUK 2014.

Keynote speaker: Rahel Anne Bailie

Rahel Bailie Rahel has over twenty-five years of professional content experience, and combines substantial business, communication, and usability skills with a strong understanding of content and how to manage it. She is a recognized thought leader and sought-after speaker and workshop leader, and in 2012 she co-authored (with Noz Urbina) Content Strategy: Connecting the dots between business, brands and benefits. Rahel's latest book, co-authored with Scott Abel, The Language of Content Strategy was published in February 2014.


Rahel's Keynote topic at TCUK 2014 is "Do You Trust Me Now?: technical content in the age of social media" and she will also be presenting a workshop on "Social Business Initiatives: Identification and Responsible Implementation"