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Reduce: To Improve

This post is about progressive reduction, which is what I’ve recently read about. From what I have gleaned, progressive reduction is about those gradual changes (mostly reduction) in the UI elements that relate to your time-lapsed incremental cognition of a … Continue reading

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FAQs 2.0

This article focuses on the pin-pointedly accurate ad hoc solution – in the form of a FAQ – that saved the day for our customers. This document, which I’ve called FAQs 2.0, is a combination of troubleshooting information, FAQs and … Continue reading

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My must-refer list of books.

This is one post, which every technical communicator has in their blog: A list of the must-have, must-read, and must-refer books in technical communication. I see that the list of books, which is although basic, will soon have some more … Continue reading

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Key to Quality Documentation

In this post, I’ve combined my understanding of the topics of rhetoric and minimalism to create two basic, understandable parts of the purpose of documentation: mean what you say and say what you mean. I’ve also talked about how the … Continue reading

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Documentation Quality Parameters

The quality parameters of documentation are often laid on the time taken to complete the documentation. I think this premise is false. In this post, I discuss about what a quality parameter should check. Read on. Note: This stub contains … Continue reading

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