Are you a technical writer who needs to write API software documentation? Do you wonder what you need to prepare and deliver to have high-quality API documentation and don’t know where to start?
If yes, then this course is for you!
In this course you will learn:
But we do not stop here. How will you know if your taxonomy is a valid one? What will your customers think about it? Is it helpful?
In the course you will also learn:
This course DOES NOT COVER:
Are you a technical writer, looking to learn the basics of information architecture? Are you looking for ways to properly target your audience, to enhance their user experience?
If you want your readers to easily find and retrieve your content, you need to invest in information architecture design and development. This will help you transform your content from simple “boring product documentation” into “intelligent information”.
To make your documentation easy to use, customers need to find what they’re looking for in an intuitive way. The art and science of organizing your information deliverables are called information architecture.
To build high-quality content that is ready to be used intelligently by the reader, a technical writer must prepare and provide some form of pre-classified content.
One of the most important first steps towards organizing the information architecture of your documentation is to define its terminology and organize it into a taxonomy you can use to structure and organize the content.
You need a taxonomy to:
Having high-quality metadata for your content is often the key differentiator between success and failure!
Enrol now and learn how to build taxonomies and design the information architecture of your documentation – take the first step to build your career in techcomm with information architecture and user experience skills!
P.S. Do not forget that this course comes with a 30-day full refund policy if you’re not completely satisfied!
This is an elearning course delivered by video modules.
Using the principles he teaches, Jordan Stanchev has built his career in the field of technical communications.
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