Catégorie : minimalist writing

Migrating to DITA : skip & clean…but keep the Shortdescription!

DITA Migration is like house removal: you’d better get rid of the unecessary stuff and clean your files BEFORE you move on. Don’t hesitate to skip and clean! Following this rule, a 2014 DITA Europe Conference participant who  wanted to reduce the volume of her documentation decided to skip all Short Descriptions… Not only was… Lire la suite …

Minimalism vs brevity

In its online courses, STC is offering a certification in minimalism writing which is introduced as follows: « Session 1: What is Minimalism?  Minimalist writing isn’t just deleting content, it is writing to deliver a lot of value in as few words as possible. It is the conjunction between clarity and brevity. » What do we mean… Lire la suite …

IoT messages for Sergio and David

In his article Smart factories require smart documentation,  Alexander Hoffmann states: « Connected Things will dominate the Internet, the cities and our lives…The Internet of Things is growing exponentially… 26 billion Things will be connected by 2020… » Which impact on our technical writer’s job? « Thus, there is a growing demand for digital manuals that are displayed… Lire la suite …

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