Some of the world’s largest data and communications network providers rely on technologies from Ciena to move the massive amounts of packet traffic that power the connected world. Ciena helps support their success with user documentation including user guides, installation guides, and quick start guides using Adobe Technical Communication Solutions. This new Adobe Customer Story gives insights into how Ciena makes Technical Communication a success …
When you start working with truly large amounts of content, it’s nearly impossible to enforce standards, style guides, and content models. The answer to this problem is XML-based, structured content. Structured authoring also helps with things like content management, localization (translation), accessibility, searchability, and is even a requirement in the aerospace, defense, and other industries.
Get an introduction to working with XML, DITA and S1000D in FrameMaker 2017 in this guest blog post by Matt Sullivan.
Which TechComm trends impact you the most? What are the challenges you face while creating, managing and publishing content?
Tell us in the Adobe Tech Comm Survey 2017-2018 and get a chance to win amazing prizes! More info in this blog post.
Read how Thomas Risi, Head of Documentation Core Lab at Roche Diagnostics, and Martin Schlicksupp, CEO of commatec, successfully migrated to an XML-based structure with FrameMaker, reduced production by half, and improved the customer experience in our new Customer Success Story.
We’re often asked if there are free demo video courses for FrameMaker and FrameMaker Publishing Server available. We heard you – and Adobe Solutions Consulting Manager Dustin Vaughn has created five video courses for you. Access them for free, lay back and enjoy and learn everything you need to know to get started with Adobe […]
On Tuesday 24th July we launched the Technical Communication Suite 4 along with FrameMaker 11, RoboHelp 10 and the re-christened FrameMaker Publishing Server 11. I hope you have read the Adobe product managements blogs on the new product versions: here (FM11), here (TCS4) and here (RH10) if you missed them. Coming up next is the […]
Raymond Urgo completed his coverage of the 13 most common mistakes in managing and communicating policies and procedures. Having spent years in this field, Urgo has observed many common mistakes, starting with the error of handling training separating from development of P&P. This brief blog highlights a few key points made by Urgo and contains […]
Tom Aldous, head of our TechComm Sales and Evangelism group will be delivering information in this webinar series, which you are not likely to find in any book. Several books have been published on XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations), but they focus on how to transform XML into HTML, not XML. Having worked on dozens […]
FrameMaker 10 is well worth the upgrade, even if you don’t use structure There has been such an emphasis on DITA (due to popular demand) in recent months, that some people forget that all versions of FrameMaker, past and current, make excellent documents without DITA or XML. So, if you’re still using FrameMaker 7.x, and […]