Automated PDF formatting works well for technical communication. But what about highly designed content for printed books? How can companies enable flexibility in print/PDF layouts generated from structured content?
Let’s wrap up 2015 with a look back at popular posts from the year. Scriptorium wishes you the best for 2016!
Content creation should no longer be the exclusive domain of full-time writers. Employees in other departments can offer valuable information that your company’s content should capture. Where can you find these part-time contributors?
When you travel, do people ask you for directions and address you as if you live in the area? I’ve had that happen a few times, and friends and colleagues have shared similar experiences. You may not stand out as an obvious tourist on your … Read More
We’re about to begin the last quarter of 2015, and that means CONFERENCES. Scriptorium is attending many tech comm and content strategy events. Will we see you at these conferences?
Thanks to everyone who has signed up for LearningDITA.com and taken the free Introduction to DITA course. The introductory course offers a high-level overview of DITA. Want a deeper dive into the DITA information types (concept, topic, reference, and glossary)? Today, we are releasing our … Read More
Technical Writing is only about what software you know! Is that why every where I read any type of document, web page, or article it is FULL of misspellings, incorrect punctuation, and horrible formatting?!! That’s what started a thread on LinkedIn that encapsulates long-running debates … Read More
Our new DITA learning site, LearningDITA.com is now live with its first course, Introduction to DITA.
“My team is looking into how we can use <incumbent tool> to handle our new content requirements.” That’s what I heard from a manager during a recent phone call about a company’s expanding content needs. The tools-focused response made me cringe.