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Gears representing documentation processes

By April 14, 2022

Using Madcap Flare, technical writers benefit from a powerful authoring tool to optimize their documentation processes. It allows you to quickly...

terminology management

By April 7, 2022

The process of researching, choosing, defining, and updating key terms in all relevant languages to a company is called “terminology...

Two thought bubbles coming from a sitting figure containing a question each: UK English? and US English?

By March 31, 2022

When localizing content, it’s important to really connect with your target audience. One way of doing that is to speak to them in their own...

Interview about going back to school with technical writer Corinna Jungkind

By March 28, 2022

We talk to Corinna Jungkind about going back to school to study technical communication. Reading time: 13 minutes Let's Meet Corinna Hi...

Intelligent Information

By March 24, 2022

Let’s imagine you are a technical communicator at a software company and you have just changed your output format to a locally installed...

It certification

By March 22, 2022

Technical writing within the Information Technology (IT) field is rapidly increasing. To build their credibility and IT experience, technical...

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Ashley is an experienced English teacher who decided to complement her skills with the TCLOC master's degree. Read this interview to know

Gears representing documentation processes

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Using Madcap Flare, technical writers benefit from a powerful authoring tool to optimize their documentation processes. It allows you to quickly create and publish user manuals, support portals and online help sites. Its single-source and topic-based architecture means you can easily produce content in different outputs, such as HTML5, PDF, and epub.

terminology management

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The process of researching, choosing, defining, and updating key terms in all relevant languages to a company is called “terminology management”. Get started with terminology management with this guide!

Two thought bubbles coming from a sitting figure containing a question each: UK English? and US English?

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When localizing content, it’s important to really connect with your target audience. One way of doing that is to speak to them in their own language. So if your target audience are English speakers, you localize into English and that’s that, right? Well, English is a global language spanning many different cultures, so you’ll want to get a bit more specific than that if you want your content to get results.

Interview about going back to school with technical writer Corinna Jungkind

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Today we meet Corinna Jungkind, a technical writer who decided to take her career one step further with the TCLoc Master’s Degree. Let’s discover why she applied, what motivated her, and what she gained from this experience!

Intelligent Information

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Let’s imagine you are a technical communicator at a software company and you have just changed your output format to a locally installed browser-based help in HTML5. The question is almost inevitable: Why not make it accessible online? Intelligent information will come into play.

It certification

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Technical writing within the Information Technology (IT) field is rapidly increasing. To build their credibility and IT experience, technical writers can acquire general and role specific IT certifications. This article discusses the different types of writing individuals may encounter, the importance of certifications, how to choose a certification, and some recommended certifications.