Extend Your DITA Reuse with Keys

Extend Your DITA Reuse with Keys

A crucial benefit of moving to a structured authoring environment is the ability to easily reuse content. Text entities, file entities and now with the DITA standard there is also keys and keyrefs. This DITA key method allows a user to create a placeholder for text,...
Is Your DITA Output Ugly?

Is Your DITA Output Ugly?

Traditionally, stylized DITA output has been clunky and code-editor driven. But it doesn’t have to be that way. See how one tool is taking features from other user experiences and bringing them in to a world that has been neglected. You can create styling...
How to Reuse DITA Content

How to Reuse DITA Content

Reusing content is beneficial but complicated without knowing how and what to reuse. Join easyDITA to learn how to set up reuse strategies, tie in organizational goals, and employ best practices for your team. About the Visiting Dojo Master Gosia Radymiak is a...
Arbortext Styler Update

Arbortext Styler Update

What’s been going on with Arbortext Styler? Liz Fraley shares her top three favorite features from the most recent release. This presentation was designed to be given at the Arbortext User Meetings in 2018. It was part of the overall agenda for the Roadshow....
Productivity Hacks for Technical Communicators

Productivity Hacks for Technical Communicators

Feeling overwhelmed? Stuck? Less productive than you want to be? Join us in discovering five productivity hacks that you can implement today that will help you be more productive! Today’s technology allows us to get more done faster, but this increased...
Building a Style Guide from the Ground Up

Building a Style Guide from the Ground Up

How do you establish a style guide, and how do you keep it going? In this session, I’ll talk about my experience implementing and maintaining a corporate style guide. What started as a casual department guide for 25 tech writers is now a formal style guide for all...