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Here is a brief but informative presentation on future trends in technical communication, prefaced and co-narrated by a recognized authority in DITA and Structured Authoring niche — Sarah O’Keefe of Scriptorium.
I’ve talked with Sarah recently about a similar project we’re exploring in my own company and as usual she provided pointers and ideas that makes sense. (Thanks Sarah!)
The presentation is co-offered by another veteran technical communicator and well-known speaker, Nicky Bleiel. If the future trends in technical communication is something you’re interested in, I’m sure you’ll enjoy Sarah and Nicky’s to-the-point presentation.
I personally learned a few things from this. For example, I honestly thought tri-pane user assistance design was on its way to become history. I learned that that is not the case.
So, here it is: