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- Is my documentation any good?
Exploring how user experience evaluation methods can improve your help content.
- Want to write great technical documentation?
Analysing why working in Support is the best way to create great technical documentation.
- The value of the polymath communicator
Do you identify as a polymath? The author does although she didn’t know such a thing existed until she was an adult.
- Information development and ISO 27001
Sean Power and Liadain O’Driscoll
How does ISO 27001 affect information developers? Imparting their experiences at TWi.
- Open source and docs: do they mix?
Revealing the motivations, process, and pitfalls of moving to an open source methodology and tools for documentation publishing.
- Wellbeing: here to stay?
Is wellbeing just another buzzword or is the concept here to stay? This article describes wellbeing in the workplace.
- Developing user-centred content in an agile world
Sharing her experience of working on agile projects, to help those just starting out.
- SUI: revolutionising graphic effects
Looking at how simplifying your user interface images can benefit your users.
- Collaboration: the future of content
How does Content 4.0 and Information 4.0 impact technical communicators? Exploring the future of content.
- Information 4.0 tools – a first cut
What might GUI Information 4.0 tools look like? Presenting a first cut at what the feature set might look like.
- How I learnt to be a polymath
Throughout the author’s career, he has been a polymath. He shares his career experience.
- Holistic translation planning
Expanding into emerging markets means handling a more complex set of languages. Discovering what this means for localisation.
- A day in the life: video game strategy
Imparting his experience of working as a Video Game Strategy Guide Author.
- Arrays, arrays and more arrays: part 3
(H)Array! The end is almost in sight!
- Book review – Signs, Genres, and Communities by M. Jimmie Killingworth and Michael K Gilbertson. Reviewed by Warren Singer.
- Ethical dilemmas – Warren Singer
- Controlled language – Mike Unwalla
- Adobe tips – Bernard Aschwanden
- MadCap tips – Matthew Ellison
- Editing – Jean Rollinson