My blog is taking a spring break and is due back on May 9.
I thank you for reading and commenting. Your support and feedback is the lifeline of this blog and makes it all worthwhile!
As I’m taking a break, I invite you to check out (or revisit) a few of my all-time popular posts:
… in which I apply usability tips based on research to online documentation and come up with three success factors: Speed, structure, and spacing.
… in which I explain why and how technical communicators can and should collaborate with trainers to offer customers a unified and cost-effective learning experience.
… in which I argue for the preference of ragged-right over justified alignment in print and point to several sources where research supports the argument.
Buzzwords in post headings do work: Of my all-time top 10 posts, four are “Top X something” and two include the word “trend” in the heading…
Which older blog posts do you find worth revisiting (whether it’s from my blog or any other tech comm-related blog out there)? Feel free to leave a comment!
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