Content with the Technical Blog 11 describes the best practices for drafting outlines for process narratives and step-by-step guides.
Like the excellent bedside manner we find with all of our favorite television doctors, document control makes everything just a little easier. It’s important to remember that informative research and polished writing is rendered completely useless when doc control is lost. This is especially true when drafting longer pieces, anything over 10 to 15 pages–Continue reading “Content with the Technical: Doc Control— An Unlicensed Practice”
The immutable truth behind every technical and copy driven piece of writing is the same—good writing starts with good research. Today, I will show you how effective mind mapping can do all, if not most, of the heavy lifting for you—and in most cases all you’ll need to do is add verbs. Sounds pretty great,Continue reading “Content with the Technical: Wait for it… Mind Mapping!”
My goal here is simple: to document this worthwhile venture of creating meaningful copy/technical content for the benefit of those of you who are considering a change in profession (like me!), or perhaps have just started with a company, but feel overwhelmed—I want to assure you, right now, that there is a way to getContinue reading “Content with the Technical: With Introductions Now Out of the Way”