Welcome to summer reruns, part 2

My blog and I are taking it a little easier towards the end of the summer.

I’ve had a wonderful time with this blog so far, and I thank each and every one of you for reading, lurking or commenting. I’ve learned a lot from your comments, and I appreciate your support! It’s been a warm summer’s breeze… 🙂

As we’re gearing up for the new season, here are some reruns from the last year or so.

Popular posts from my blog

Top 10 things that users want to do in a help system

This is one of my two most popular posts by far where I draw a parallel to a department store or a library to illustrate how customers want to navigate each one.

Reality check: Writing for scannability and localization

What happens if our nobel attempts at clear topic structures and parallel sentence structures meet head on with unsuspecting readers?

Portable apps for tech writers

This is the first post in a four-part series where I recommend free and (mostly) light-weight applications that can help any tech writer in his daily tasks.

Noteworthy posts from elsewhere

If you want to get an introduction into content strategy, I think, you could do a lot worse than reading these excellent posts:

Complete Beginner’s Guide to Content Strategy

Content Lifecycle

The extraordinary world of content strategists

The last two posts are beginnings of series, so be sure to follow the links at the end of each.

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