Last month I wrote about an article by Linn Vizard that I saw on the Adobe Creative Cloud blog about the Evolution of Buttons in UX Design. While I thoroughly enjoyed the article for personal reasons, I highlighted the article because UI and UX have become hot topics in tech comm. It’s not surprising that UI and UX are a big part of the latest release of the Adobe Technical Communications Suite.
I see posts on LinkedIn all the time about training in writing API docs or how best to document software systems. Here in Silicon Valley, it’s the hottest sub-discipline in techcomm. In fact, API docs are so popular, they have an API Docs training class on the day before TC Camp at the end of January.
A while back, I saw a Facebook post by a software engineer in the SF bay area celebrating a website of Linux software documentation. He remarked that the docs were “excellently done,” a model for software docs everywhere to emulate. Continue reading “Want to see what kind of software docs engineers celebrate?”
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