The technical writing role is not restricted to the documentation of the product or service. It, undoubtedly, is the primary responsibility of a technical writer. But, to become a successful and productive technical writer, you are expected to be more than a set of skills mentioned in the job description. In this session of Technical Writing Project Lifecycle, Amit Siddhartha, CEO of Metapercept Technology Services, enlightens the technical writers about the initiatives a technical writer needs to take for delivering responsibilities effectively.
Studies suggest that only 10% of data is necessary to answer everyday questions from your business operations. This is why it is important to understand the need to break down the data into usable information — it lets you create solutions efficiently and lets you get back to focusing on business.
We have discussed in our blogs that a smooth transition from one topic to another is necessary for structured documentation. It can be achieved by selecting a template design that suits the purpose of the document.
Because we understand that #technicalwriting is a commitment to constantly hone skills and learn new technologies. It's a process where you learn, unlearn and re-learn.
Maintenance of documentation is another key aspect to look after for a high DX. In case of updates, documentation should be updated too so that there is no lack of information for the users. These practices can ensure high adoption of APIs.
API documentation covers every description, endpoints, parameters, etc. It gives the user an idea about the tool, without which it is highly difficult to use it. It has a direct impact on the API’s adoption.
The rising focus on technical documentation is being witnessed in terms of quantity. Training technical writers with Metapercept ensures that both the quality and quantity factors are being considered. Therefore, training in DITA-XML authoring is also imparted. It helps the technical writers to reduce duplicity and initiate content automation.
New developments in the education sector are leading to the emergence of new online learning platforms, thus, creating investment opportunities. But, are they proactively designed like LearnOL to offer optimum returns on investments?
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Would you prefer a pre-recorded training or a VILT to create a workplace where the focus is on the continuous development of resources and learning new approaches to improve problem-solving skills?