Scriptorium hosts Tristan Bishop of Symantec as he discusses what technical writers need to do to keep up with transforming communication methods and rapid advances in global, mobile, and social dialog.
In this webcast, Nicky Bleiel of ComponentOne and I discuss trends for tech comm in the upcoming year.
In this webcast, Sarah O’Keefe discusses how to calculate the return on investment of an XML/DITA implementation for technical content. If you are considering XML and DITA, but are trying to figure out whether you can justify the cost and effort, this session is for … Read More
In this webcast, Sarah O’Keefe of Scriptorium offers an overview of content strategy analysis with an eye toward the implications and business case for your organization.
published in STC Intercom, September/October 2010 “Anyone can write.” How many times have you heard that tired cliché? And how did it ascend to a cliché? It’s pretty clear to me that most people are terrible writers. When someone says, “Anyone can write,” they actually … Read More
In this webcast, Sarah O’Keefe of Scriptorium surveys DITA’s publishing options and weighs their practical implications.
Scriptorium hosts Tristan Bishop of Symantec as he muses on technical communicators’ evolving roles.
Sarah O’Keefe, Ellis Pratt of Cherryleaf, and Tony Self of Hyperwrite Find out where these three presenters see the industry going. This event is for managers with tech comm responsibility, with or without prior technical writing experience.
In early 2009, Scriptorium Publishing conducted a survey to measure how and why technical communicators are adopting structured authoring. Of the 616 responses: 29 percent of respondents indicated that they had already implemented structured authoring. 16 percent indicated that they do not plan to implement … Read More
Originally published in STC Intercom, February 2010 I spend a lot of time giving presentations on XML, structured authoring, and related technologies. The most common negative reaction, varied only in the level of hostility, is “Why are you stifling my creativity?” Does XML really mean … Read More