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  1. Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors (3rd Edition) (IBM Press)
    Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors (3rd Edition) (IBM Press)
    Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors (3rd Edition) (IBM Press)
    Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors (3rd Edition) (IBM Press)
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  2. Developing Quality Technical Information: A Handbook for Writers and Editors (3rd Edition) (IBM Press)

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The #1 Guide to Excellence in Technical Communication—Fully Updated for Embedded Assistance, Mobile, Search, Multimedia, and More

 

Direct from IBM’s own content design experts, this guide shows you how to design product interfaces and technical information that always place users front and center. This edition has been fully revised to help you consistently deliver the right content at the right time.

 

You’ll master today’s best practices to apply nine essential characteristics of high-quality technical information: accuracy, clarity, completeness, concreteness, organization, retrievability, style, task orientation, and visual effectiveness.

 

Coverage Includes

  • Advocating for users throughout the entire product development process
  • Delivering information in an ordered manner by following progressive disclosure techniques
  • Optimizing content so that users can find it from anywhere
  • Streamlining information for mobile delivery
  • Helping users right where they are

Whether you’re a writer, editor, information architect, user experience professional, or reviewer, this book shows you how to create great technical information, from the product design to the user interface, topics, and other media.

  • Thoroughly revised and updated
  • Extensive new coverage of self-documenting interfaces and embedded assistance
  • Updated practical guidelines and checklists
  • Hundreds of new examples

 

 

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Country
USA
Binding
Paperback
EAN
9780133118971
Edition
3
ISBN
0133118975
IsEligibleForTradeIn
1
Label
IBM Press
Manufacturer
IBM Press
NumberOfItems
1
NumberOfPages
624
PublicationDate
2014-07-05
Publisher
IBM Press
Studio
IBM Press
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

As an enterprise and software architect the one thing I hate most about my job is documentation, yet the importance of doing documentation on sizable projects is what I find myself preaching about the most.

One reason I understand the importance of documentation is that I came from an electronic engineering background. As an electronic engineer 93% - 97% of my time was consumed doing proof of concepts and documentation. Almost all of that time was documentation.

It was just my luck that my boss was an English grammar teacher before moving into engineering. My documents came back very bloody. He used a red pen to mark up my documents. It took me 2 years, and a whole lot of tongue biting, but I started getting papers through him without a red mark. I still remember the first one. I walked outside to where the smokers took their breaks and let out a screaming "YES, Finally!!!"

I have been without my grammar teaching boss for over 18 years now, and I am... Read more
I am a technical writer and editor with eight years of experience, and I regret that I did not read this book when I first started my career. When people ask me about getting started in technical documentation, I recommend this book to them. The main sections of the book provide guidelines on writing documentation that is easy to use, easy to understand, and easy to find. The book definitely follows these concepts, which helps when I reference it for developing content, editing content, or determining the best style guidelines for the documentation teams that I work with.

This book has been so invaluable that I have a paperback at home, a paperback in the office, and a Kindle edition that I can reference from my mobile devices. It is full of so much useful information, I reread sections periodically to refresh myself on the guidelines in that section. Whether you are new or experienced in technical documentation, I highly recommend this book to you.
I've been a technical editor for many decades and I always tell anyone who asks that this is the best reference for anyone who writes or reviews technical content because it is.

I've used this book for my editing since version 2 and I'm a believer that if you use this book, your tech writing will improve and your understanding of the roles of the different reviewers will be much clearer.

Buy it, read it, use it! Just do it!
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