Tim Milbrath, Sales Director Customers want instant satisfaction. They don’t want to wade through pages and pages of directions after they buy a product, especially if the directions are hard to understand or follow. This is an excerpt from a Washington Post article written in 2002 that is more true now than it was then.…
Structured data and metadata allows you to better target the right data to the right person at the right time.
This blog was first published on CIDM Matters Soft skills have always been critical to the success of technical writing projects. Tim Milbrath, Sales Director When something goes sideways with a technical writing project, it’s usually not related to subject matter expertise, use of the software (tools), or the technical skills of the writer. The…
Join Keith Kamikawa Tuesday, April 30 as he presents: Videos and Animation – Visual Content for Service Providers. Session starts at 2:15 p.m.
Join Animator Keith Kamikawa in Denver as he presents “Visual Media: Crossing Paths with Technical Publications” on Tuesday, May 7, from 10-11 a.m.
Every one of the technical writers I met and worked with had different backgrounds, interests, and expertise when it came to the equipment in the shop, but what do technical writers do?
There are multiple ways to incorporate Visual Media into training and to utilize CAD beyond the initial product design and development.
Companies are shifting from the traditional written technical publication to a more visual one using video, animation, photography, illustration, and interactive software.
When it comes to technical writing, many factors are presenting new challenges and offering many new opportunities for the changing workforce.
We are exhibiting at the 2018 ATD International Conference and Expo May 7th – 9th at the San Diego Convention Center, make sure to visit Mike Grady and Tim Milbrath at booth 842.