I was asked by the editor of TechCom Manager to submit an article about a rescue project that Intentional Design had done earlier in the year. This was a project where the client needed a tremendous amount of content produced within an extremely tight timeline, and in the classic situation, the software was still being tweaked until the last minute. Thanks to the efficiencies of topic-based writing, the project went well, and the client was pleased with the results.
The article was published in the August issue of TechCom Manager, where you can read about the project and the lessons learned.
- When technology is no longer disruptive, but confounding
- Content strategy and design thinking
- The Summer of DITA becomes The Autumn of…?
- Authoring in DITA: the good, the bad, and the sometimes ugly
- DITA Maps and the Real World
- A Standard for Exchanging Stories – Meet DITA Maps
- Holes in the Template: Piping content into the CMS
- To DITA or not to DITA: That’s a Good Question – Part 2
- To DITA or not to DITA: That’s a Good Question – Part 1
- DITA: Not Just for Technical Content
- Content classification and findability
- Content development
- Content management
- Content strategy
- Information design and usability
- Professional development
- Social media
- User experience