The product has become a necessity for most of the business including retail, education and legal. Also, there are many products in the market as our competition. We need to stay ahead of our competition for the same reason we need to hit the market as soon as possible. There are many queries in every person who wants to build a product. The most important query is how to save cost and what are the ways to improve time?
DITA has gained widespread adoption in the technical documentation world among companies such as Cisco, IBM (of course), Nokia, and Oracle. But DITA adoption isn’t exclusive to high tech.
Navigation in documents ensures that the reader saves time and instantly finds what is important for him/her. This helps in improving the user experience for the document. Therefore, navigation plays a crucial role in defining the user experience of structured documentation.
They say if you are not online, you don't exist. Retailers should interpret this as, if you don’t have an eCommerce website, your business is off the radar for a lot of customers. Last quarter, Walmart's online sales increased by 97%. Amazon Q2 sales & profit growth was 40%. But it’s not just the big guys, benefiting from consumers’ spiked appetite for online shopping. Smaller retailers among others are seeing double and (even triple!) digit growth in eCommerce revenues, compared to the year before. What do these two companies have in common? Their fresh eCommerce website designs are spot on and optimized for customer conversion. And here’s how you too, can join the growing array.
We understand that a substantial amount of resources are utilized in product development efforts with the risk of failure being quite high. We suggest the best solution that helps you in modifying and improving an existing product or formulating and introducing an entirely new product so that the new or additional benefits offered may satisfy a newly identified customer need or market niche.
How much importance do you give to the hashtag#informationgathering process as a technical writer? As per my experience, to create a technical document, a technical writer must understand the subject, purpose, and audience. They gather information by studying existing material, interviewing SMEs, and often actually using the product. They study the audience to learn their needs and technical understanding level. In short, they process highly technical information into digestible form for the non-technical and technical audience.
Good employees motivate themselves, and good companies set the stage so that motivation flourishes. One great way to keep people engaged and motivated is through solid training and development programs. Good employees want to continue, and T&D keeps them engaged. Most seasoned HR professionals are experienced in common training and development mistakes. But some mistakes can still slip past
The recent technological trends indicate that the need…
It is easy to assume that content is the only element users care about whenever they use documentation. But such an assumption is absolutely far from reality. Design is one of the most crucial elements of any online documentation. Visually-appealing documentation such as a user guide that contains relevant images and has appropriate videos embedded in it alongside with fonts and theme that aligns with the website design is always visually appealing to users and more user-friendly!
#Cloudbasedservices are changing the way different departments purchasing them. The business has a big range of paths to the cloud, including infrastructure, applications that are available from cloud providers as services.