Content mistakes are one of the most serious mistakes you can make on a project. No client will forgive missing or changed information in the file, even if they have received the best design in the world. Incorrect content jeopardizes their job and our contact with them – so you must always make sure that the content in your project slides in impeccable. Admins usually only have time to do in detail content checking after a project has been approved, so you need to be 100% sure that everything is correct before you send your final file.

What counts as content? This list does not cover everything, but the most important content types are mentioned

The original client input and text
Client images can be content
Links
Animations
Notes
Trackers
etc..

What does it mean if you got this tag as feedback from an admin?

Content is missing from the input
Content has been changed and is now incorrect
The visual enhancements do not fit the meaning of the slide
You have added extra content or visual elements that are not required
You forgot to clean up your slides work in progress elements
You did not run the project through the clean-up and tool and content checker boxes were left inside it

What can you do to become better?

Use the content checker and make sure you understand its limitations to know what it can and cannot check
Double check for typos when working on image recreations
Always clean up your slides – so no extra content is left in it accidentally
Make sure the design fits the content meaning
Watch this video to learn the ins and outs of the content checker!
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