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Who is a Game Writer?

Who is a Game Writer?

From time to time, in this blog, we turn to analyzing the job market for tech writers, to provide you, our readers, with fresh and precise info on who's hiring. And, well, the industries at the top of the list Continue reading »

How to Conduct User Interviews

How to Conduct User Interviews

One of various things technical writers can do is compose questionnaires and write interview questions. Users are the perfect candidates for being interviewed! Goals of these interviews can vary, we will talk about that in a moment. For now, we Continue reading »

Nobody Reads My User Manuals

Nobody Reads My User Manuals

Our previous post was addressed to problems with technical documentation. So, we set up a poll on our Telegram Channel. According to it, technical writers' biggest concern is that people don't read documentation. Imagine how frustrating this is - all Continue reading »

Navigation in User Manuals

Navigation in User Manuals

Technical documentation is very complicated as it is. Don't let your readers get lost in it! Give them a helping hand - navigation. Ideally, readers don't need to be conscious of navigation elements they use. Moving between help topics should Continue reading »

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