Recently, I’ve been considering my style of writing style. One of the things most of us are taught when we first become technical authors is that a user/reader shouldn’t be able to tell which technical author wrote the help or
Spam; love it or loathe it? This may seem like an odd question. Everybody hates spam don’t they?
A huge part of what makes a technical writer’s documentation successful isn’t just that it is easy to read, but that it is also easy to search and find the information that you are looking for. Searchability nowadays isn’t just
So it is fast approaching the end of the year, and what a year it has been. We thought we’d end the blog this year with something a bit different. A few of us have gone and found our favourite
It’s a question we hear sporadically here at Armada on the Technical Writing, RoboHelp, FrameMaker and Flare training courses we run – do we class the profession we’re in as science or art? Are technical authors scientists or artists? Some people
Here at Armada HQ we have been working hard on the launch of our latest website. This has involved a number of discussions over the meaning of some of the terms that we use day-to-day in technical authoring. It has
U2 launched their latest album this week. ‘Songs of Innocence’ launched alongside Apple’s new iPhone 6. We all love a new Apple product in time for Christmas. As an added bonus, or not, your album is automatically listed on your