technical writing

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Here’s why you STILL need a software manual

by Paweł Kowaluk • 23 October 2017

The death of the software manual has been announced many times before, like in this article on the AOL website. (Just make sure you read it quickly, before the AOL website dies.) But contrary to trends and popular opinions, software manuals still exist and bring great value to users. Want to know why? Keep reading!

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How to migrate to S1000D with ease?

by Michał Bochenek • 1 September 2017

Perhaps you’ve heard of the S1000D standard. You’d like to introduce it to your company and embrace the possibilities it offers. Or maybe you haven’t got the slightest idea what it actually is and you want to figure out if it’s of any use. Either way, this article is for you.

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Technical Writing: Evolution

by Michał Bochenek • 4 July 2017

It’s really nice that more and more people are familiar with what technical writing actually means (NO, MOM, I’M NOT TRANSLATING!!) and that the term ceases to be so obscure. Yup, nothing worse than having to explain what you actually do at work every single time as a simple “I’m a technical writer” reply invites […]

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Technical writing – what is it and where can I find it?

by Jakub Wiśniewski • 16 May 2017

Living in the XXI century, you’ve definitely come across technical writing at some point. But, you may have been unaware of it. Let’s take a brief look at what today’s technical writing is and what it means to all of us.

Enter the soap!

by Michał Bochenek • 25 April 2017

If you’re a hungry for knowledge, tech-aware professional, the name soap! does surely ring a bell or two. Advertised as the best content conference in the CEE region, for three days soap! unites technical writers, e-learning experts, translators, information architects, content strategists, marketing specialists, product managers, software developers… you name it. And these three days are fully-packed with […]