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Research Project: Probing Our Future
The Transformation Society (Neus Lorenzo and I) have been doing a research project together with Adobe Technical communication. Here are some links to items from the project:
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Here’s the latest update on “Probing Our Future,” the current research project conducted by The Transformation Society with the collaboration and support of Adobe Technical Communication: Our Guest Blog Post, “Blazing the Future TechComm Trail” by Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo is … Continue reading
Adobe’s newest suite of technical communication products, TCS 6, has just appeared, all new and squeaky clean, with its lead products rebranded as “2015 Releases.” I’ll write again later about the suite as a whole, but this post is specifically … Continue reading
At the beginning of 2014 Adobe released Technical Communication Suite 5, with new versions of all its key software elements. As I mentioned in a recent post, I’ve been asked to blog on a lot of subjects. This is one. … Continue reading
Over here in Europe, we get a fair number of American TV series, but not all of them. Recently, a friend passed me a complete set of all the existing episodes of Firefly which I’ve been enjoying immensely. I’d not heard of … Continue reading
A comment I made to one of Mark Baker’s recent posts, What is your primary media? Paper or the web? led to an interesting discussion about embedded user assistance. In my recent webinar series on User Assistance and Cognition, I used the … Continue reading
Update: Links to all session slides and recordings are grouped here. I’ve been a technical communicator for nigh on 20 years. I teach technical communications. I theorize about technical communications. And for all this time, I have steadfastly held to the … Continue reading