Just before the 25th December, we released our latest online training course. It’s on the fundamentals of structured writing. The course looks at non-automated structured writing, XML structured writing, and database-driven structured writing. It forms part of the Advanced Technical Writing Techniques bundle. If you’re subscribed to the advanced bundle already, you don’t need to… Read more »
Category: Technical Communication
We were told last month that the ISTC has renewed the accreditation of our Technical Author/technical writing training course. As part of the accreditation process, the course is reviewed every two years by a panel, who provide feedback on the course. However, to our embarrassment, the reviewers mentioned we’d misspelt two of words that appear in… Read more »
We talk about Headless CMS with Simen Svale Skogsrud, Co-founder/CTO of Sanity.io. How to deploy a transcription microservice demo video.
We discuss various tips on how to keep your writing simple (and straightforward) for all audiences, but particularly when you are writing English content that will be translated, or consumed by non-native English speakers. Kirsty Taylor is Manager, Product Internationalisation at RPM Global. Kirsty’s presentation was delivered at the Australian Society for Technical Communication (ASTC)… Read more »
Mark Baker has published a new book called Structured Writing: Rhetoric and Process. It is probably the most important book on technical communication since Anne Gentle’s Docs Like Code. In this post, we’ll look at what the book covers. We’ll also include quotations from Mark’s book and his website. About the book The book provides an overview… Read more »