This meetup is part of a family of Write the Docs meetups and conferences focused on documentation systems, developer documentation, open source technologies, and information delivery. Write the Docs India meetup cares about making the user experience delightful by delivering excellent user assets. This meetup is for:
- User experience designers
- Learning professionals
- Information architects
- Documentation enthusiasts.
Share your ideas about how to make documentation great; meet peers who are passionate about software documentation.
Code of Conduct: http://www.writethedocs.org/code-of-conduct/
Participation is via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/95342279387?pwd=bmt5OGZ3YmVrNzBzdXRrQVlqclRQQT09
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Talk 1: Design thinking for technical communicationBreak your technical writer’s block with design thinking to streamline your writing process. Write user centered content, think from the user’s perspective, and address the user pain points. The design thinking process is highly relevant to the current and future technical communication scenarios from the industry and pedagogical point of view.
The H and 5 W’s of Product DocumentationThe talk is aimed for individuals who are actively working on creating product documentation. It is an attempt to answer some fundamental questions to be asked before/while constructing your product documentation and the advantages a well constructed product documentation can have for a product team. This talk should enable product teams to ask these questions and use the answers as levers while building their product documentation.
Remote Working Effectively for Technical WritersRemote working has become the need of the hour after the COVID-19 pandemic. Remote working has its own advantages and disadvantages for the organizations and their employees. For technical communicators, getting information from the SMEs and the content review cycle are most challenging in DDLC. This session talks about collaborating effectively and the emerging trends in remote working.