Designing and Developing Content for the Web (TechWhirl Webinar)

Subject: Designing and Developing Content for the Web (TechWhirl Webinar)
From: INKtopia Admin <admin -at- inktopia -dot- net>
To: Techwr-l <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2014 08:20:07 -0400

Hi everyone,

We have our next TechWhirl Fast 5 (kinda like a webinar) on Wednesday, May
7th. It starts at noon EDT and will have the folks from Doc-To-Help on to
answer questions about how, when and what you should be considering when
taking your technical communication (and other types of) content online.
While Doc-To-Help has been a great partner of ours (they underwrite the
list and forums) this isn't an informercial for them - in fact - we'll
mention their products at the start, talk about some new stuff with them
for a few minutes, and then thank them at the end, but they're coming on
because Dan and his team has a ton of experience in Tech Comm and web so we
thought making them available via the InterWeb would be a good idea.

We're still working on questions, but some that are on our list include:

1. When should a company make their help available to everyone or keep
it private? (the ye' old our competition will steal our secrets with our
help docs Q)
2. When should a company consider responsive design AND should the help
provided to mobile necessarily be the same as help provided to a desktop?
(contextual help)
3. Kittens or puppies?
4. other stuff we haven't thought about just yet

The discussion will be broadcast on TechWhirl.Com via YouTube like our past

You can sign-up for a reminder and submit your questions here:

We hope you'll join us,
Doc-To-Help 2014 v1 now available. SharePoint 2013 support, NetHelp enhancements, and more. Read all about it.

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