Photo by Vitaly Vlasov on Pexels.com On my quest for best practices for taxonomies I‘ve come across an insightful webinar on this topic hosted on BrightTALk and conducted by Scott Abel (the Content Wrangler) and Heather Hedden. Heather is a taxonomy consultant for intranets, enterprise content management, SharePoint, research databases, websites, e-commerce, etc. I‘ve summarized … Continue reading How to Create Taxonomies for Technical Documentation
Photo by Huu1ef3nh u0110u1ea1t on Pexels.com I'm currently researching different ways to provide content recommendations to the users of our technical documentation. Content recommendations can dramatically improve the user experience of our readers, especially when it comes to guides containing hundreds and even thousands of topics. Because let's be honest, nobody wants to read a … Continue reading Providing Content Recommendations to Improve UX
I'm always thinking about new ways to create clear and compelling content that can help my readers better understand the whys and how-tos of a feature. One of the approaches that I've started to follow recently is playing with the concept of interactivity to enhance the user experience. The idea is to prompt users for … Continue reading Adding Interactivity to your Content
I've recently joined a MeetUp group called "NoCode" that aims at helping people to create mobile apps without code. Yesterday the group held a second session (this time online, because of the Corona virus situation) where we had the chance to delve into the NoCode subject and, more specifically, about how to create mobile apps … Continue reading NoCode
My attendance at the Women in Tech Conference in Warsaw a couple of weeks ago was very rewarding. Besides meeting amazing women in different IT roles from all over the world, I had the chance to dig deeper into the world of UX Writing. Since I came back to the office I have been researching … Continue reading How to Enhance Collaboration between UX Designers and Writers?