Probing our Future with Adobe and The Transformation Society

[Guest Post] “Blazing the Future TechComm Trail” by Ray Gallon and Neus Lorenzo

Most of us went through a schooling process that involved memorizing or repeating knowledge that others had come up with first. Our job, as school kids, was to absorb the linear progression of accumulated wisdom of the ages, so we could add to it “when we got older.” Technical communicators in today’s information ecosystems don’t […]

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Adobe DITA World 2016 – The Online DITA Conference

Welcome to Adobe DITA World 2016! From November 2 to November 4 we’re going to host the first Adobe DITA World 2016 Online Conference. We will offer a comprehensive program with the world’s leading Technical Communication, Marketing, DITA©, Content Management and Translation Experts experts about DITA, Adobe FrameMaker, Adobe’s new DITA CCMS (XML Documentation Add-on […]

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Adobe and Congree – Professional TechComm Authoring

[Adobe & Partner]: Congree – The Faster Way to Consistent, Comprehensible Texts

Authoring assistance is supposed to do what the name promises, namely to assist authors in their daily work. The software should neither disrupt existing workflows nor constrain the author in his work. A distinguishing feature of the Congree products is that they adapt to the technical writer’s mode of operation. They can be integrated in […]

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LavaCon Dublin (5–8 June): 30% off with code ADOBE

Adobe Technical Communication is proud to announce we are the Exclusive Diamond Sponsor for the LavaCon Conference on Content Strategy and Technical Communication Management: http://lavacon.org LavaCon is a gathering place for content strategists, documentation managers, and other content professionals. Hear how your peers at SAP, IBM, Cisco Systems, and more are using multichannel publishing to […]

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iPad with Mobile Help App with Dynamic Content

[Guest Post] “Finding Relevant Content Faster with Dynamic Content Filters”, by Robert Desprez

Adobe RoboHelp (2015 release) gives users more control over the content they want to see while saving technical writers much-needed time. In the past, technical writers decided on the type of content that appeared in an online help project. For example, if there were three primary audiences for a project, the writer would write the […]

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