Following on from our post The Internet of Things – creating a user guide for a fridge door, we came across other ways to create e-ink digital user guides that could be attached to the door of meeting rooms, providing information on room bookings, using the equipment in the room etc.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is, according to Wikipedia, the network of physical objects – devices, vehicles, buildings and other items – embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data. The popular example is the concept of a smart fridge that could warn you when it… Read more »
We’ve had a number of emails from people assuming they need a Kindle to read Kindle ebooks. Actually, Amazon offers free software applications that enable to read Kindle ebooks on Windows , Macintosh OS/X, Linux and smartphones. You can download the Windows viewer here. There are a number of free ebooks available, as well as the ones… Read more »
We’ve just published an ebook called “Trends in Technical Communication – Rethinking Help“. Many people in the field of software and technical communication are asking: Couldn’t we do a better job at helping users when they get stuck? This 762 page book is a collection of articles and selected extracts from books that have looked… Read more »
We hope to have ordering details for our latest book within the next 48 hours.