A Failed Technical Documentation Project

Organizations and individuals talk about their success stories — it is important to talk about failures too. Most often, we share our experiences that are derived from our successful projects. Many technical communicators use their blog space or community portals and groups to share their knowledge and expertise from successful projects such as how they planned CS help in Flare for a …

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Growing As a Technical Writer

Technical writers generally enjoy their day-to-day tasks whether it is developing documentation prototype, writing instructions, reviewing a document (of self or others), or planning for a document publishing or release. My experience suggests that technical writers are so used to ‘feel-good’ factor that sometimes, the less experienced technical writers are ill-prepared to handle issues, conflicts, and question marks. Even if …

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