Macro Technical Writing: Start Even Before You Start Documentation

Keith Johnson was the key speaker in the fourth session of the Technical Writing Project Lifecycle workshop organized by Advanced Technical Writing Group in association with Metapercept Technology Solutions and Oxygen XML. He has over 25 years of experience in technical communications.

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What Is Required Beyond Job Descriptions From Technical Writers?

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.

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Journey of technical documents

An another perspective of viewing the entire documentation process is to understand the process of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLCC). If you have studied software engineering or how the software development process takes place, you can relate to that.

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Improve document UX: Do’s and Don’ts of navigation techniques

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.

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Information Gathering – If you don’t do it right, you will never write it right
Information Gathering

Information Gathering – If you don’t do it right, you will never write it right

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.

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Challenges you face when you don’t upskill yourself at the right time

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

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The future of Technical Writing: 7 ways to consider to work in the industry
Technical Writing Training

The future of Technical Writing: 7 ways to consider to work in the industry

#Technicalwriting in as an essential tool in communicating or conveying one's ideas, views, observations, instructions, and suggestions in a more logical and technical manner. Boost your technical writing skill, join our workshop.

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