“Today many component content management systems are naturally based on XML – our wish is that in three years a large number of these systems will also use iiRDS naturally”, Ulrike Parson and Mark Schubert tell us. What other visions and wishes they have for iiRDS, you can find out in the interview…
“After three years of development, iiRDS could be regarded and respected as an international standard,” says Yangsook Kim, telling us in an interview why she thinks so highly of the standard for providing intelligent user information.
Are you also “iiRDS ready”? In an interview, Andreas Klüter shares his views on his participation in iiRDS and gives an exciting outlook on the changes that the standard may soon bring with it.
In the second part of our blog series “Five Questions to…” Dr. Matthias Gutknecht is our conversation partner and reveals what drives him to cooperate on iiRDS.
In this first interview of our new and exciting blog series “Five Questions for…” Christian Geiger, member of the iiRDS Consortium, talks about his motivation, his hopes and visions for iiRDS.
Thinking back over the last couple of years, digital transformation is on everyone’s lips, and it doesn’t stop at the world of technical communication. The statement that nowadays everything is smart affects technical communication on three levels: There are smart products and smart services on the one hand, which on the other hand, come along with smart users as well as smart production.
Technical communication (TC) as a professional opportunity is not a new notion in the IT field. Technical writers have been part of the hardware and software development process for decades. Today, we take a closer look at Bulgaria. How did the community start there, and what has been achieved so far by its members?
Whether you produce social media clips or explainer videos – you can always enhance your viewer’s experience with greatly designed graphics and professionally mixed audio. Here are some helpful tips to pimp up your social media video clips.
It is the responsibility of technical writers to not only produce exemplary minimalistic pieces of text, but to also foster quality localization. I am now eager to recommend to novice fellow writers my top 6 rules for translation facilitation:
In software development, the keyword agile is at least as popular as DITA in technical writing. This is no surprise. Both agile and DITA focus on modularization and the requirements of the users. In this article, we discuss how agile documentation works in practice, recommend tools that support the agile processes and point out the challenges for technical writers.
In reality, there are limits to the intelligence of information. Find out, which 3 conditions are to be fulfilled with all facets for the creation of intelligent information.