Creating Help Systems for the Modern User

A session at Society for Technical Communication Summit 2014

Wednesday 21st May, 2014

8:30am to 9:15am

Sponsored by Adobe

These days, few Help Systems can be described with terms such as exciting, engaging or, sadly, even helpful. Attend this session and learn to put the Help back in Help Systems. You’ll learn to create a Help System that takes the modern user into account. Learn some best practices for creating content, add interactivity to help content, and how to refine a Help System that helps learners quickly search for and find relevant information.

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Kevin Siegel

I offer online training classes on Adobe FrameMaker, RoboHelp and Captivate. If you need training on the TCS, I've got you covered! bio from Twitter

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11 attendees

  • Betsy (Meyers) Maaks
  • Christine Brouillard
  • Elizabeth ONeill
  • Jay Rice
  • Julia Ziobro
  • Kevin Siegel
  • Larry Sherman
  • Marnee H
  • Nancy Gaygan
  • Amy Lauren ♔
  • Viqui Dill

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  • David Wilks
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  • Jennifer Moore
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Time 8:30am9:15am MST

Date Wed 21st May 2014

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