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In this webcast, Sarah O’Keefe discusses the results of Scriptorium’s 2011 survey on structured authoring. Topics include adoption rates, tools, implementation costs, lessons learned, and much more.
Happy New Year! In early 2009, we did a rather extensive survey on structured authoring. We asked about plans to implement structured authoring, existing implementations, biggest mistakes, and the like.
The STC Summit was fun as always. My slides are below, but first some other observations. David Pogue was an excellent keynote speaker. And he sang! Attendance was lower than last year, but traffic at our booth (and others from what I heard) was up. … Read More
I am pleased to announce the publication of our newest white paper, The State of Structured Authoring in Technical Communication. In early 2009, we conducted a survey on structured authoring; this document presents the results of the survey along with our analysis. Those who participated … Read More
I’m knee-deep in survey data analysis. With over 600 responses, our recent structured authoring survey was hugely successful–thank you. Many respondents added candid details about their experiences with structured authoring implementation–their fears, mistakes, and biggest surprises. The survey report will be available later this month … Read More
Answer? I don’t know, but The Content Wrangler is conducting a survey to find out. Here’s the announcement: 2009 is a touch economic year for most of us. Companies are cutting back on nice-to-have purchases and focusing in on what’s necessary. This survey conducted by … Read More