Bernard Aschwanden, President of Publishing Smarter, STC Immediate Past President, and Ed’s twin talks about certification, why your content is not your own, building a house (literally), process vs process, finding his spouse through STC, social networking, and more.
I’m very excited to present a workshop on jumpstarting your career at the new East Coast TC Camp next weekend, July 30th, at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. My talk focuses on what social media and podcasting can do for you and your career. Some great folks are going to be attending – and hopefully presenting – as well.
A delicatessen near my office makes great sandwiches. However, the process they have in place to order a sandwich is at best a tedious process, and at worst baffling to customers. Is this a bad real-world user experience? Continue reading Can a deli have a user experience problem?
Todd DeLuca, a Pennsylvanian who manages a remote tech writing team, shares with us how volunteering and presenting has elevated his career, what it’s like to manage a technical communication team, volunteering with intention, and how to promote yourself and your team within your company.
Content strategy business owner Sarah O’Keefe talks about working with a CMS, content metrics, tekom, packing for flights, and her aversion to the nightshade family.
Mentioned during this episode:
Content Strategy 101
North Carolina Research Triangle
Net promoter score
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Sturm und DITA-Drang at tekom
Ravelry knitting community
Head Fi headphone community
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