Re: Favorite Technical Writing Websites

Subject: Re: Favorite Technical Writing Websites
From: Christine -dot- Anameier -at- seagate -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 15:21:27 -0600


List my favorite websites? I can't resist... :) These four aren't
technical writing websites per se, but they deal with user interface design
and other relevant topics.

www.iarchitect.com/shame
The Interface Hall of Shame. Smart and funny. Tons of good stuff to read,
lots of screen captures. It hasn't been updated since last June, but I keep
hoping.

joel.editthispage.com
Joel on Software. Not a TW site in any strict sense, but there's a lot of
information on user interface design as well as some insights on IT
management. Also smart and funny. Joel is such a good writer, I'd read his
stuff if he wrote about tricycles and navel lint.

www.xplane.com/xblog
"The Visual Thinking Weblog." Annotated links to lots of useful
information--graphic design, information architecture, and lots of other
subjects that are relevant to technical communication.

www.asktog.com
Bruce Tognazzini's site. A few articles about documentation are tucked away
in the archives, and there are plenty of insights about user interface
design. At the beginning of each month there's a new article or a bunch of
reader mail with responses from Tog.


Christine


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