Monthly Archives: March 2015

How “Technical” Should Documentation Be?

In a recent casual coffee-table conversation in our office, one of my colleagues asked this question to the tech-writing group. And, none of us had satisfactory answers. That’s because each of our reader has a unique, different level of knowledge. … Continue reading

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The Ps that remained

The fact that I am a marketing graduate has had a considerable impact on the way I handle product documentation. I largely take things from the user’s perspective: Unlike the way a technical grad would handle documentation, I mostly like … Continue reading

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