Software Testing: how to keep Agile projects on track

Is Agile software development good for a tester’s mental health? Depends, doesn’t it? So, how can we keep software testing projects on track when the Developers are using Agile to create sprints? What do we need to ask our developers? Ask Dev to confirm THEIR understanding of UAT It’s not enough to ask, ‘do you […]

Information Architecture: Using Cards To Index, Organize and Structure User-Focused Websites

One of the alternative careers I’ve considered as a Technical Writer is Information Architecture. Information Architecture is worth considering if you’re attracted to organization of data, for example, indexing, rather than writing. I get a bit tired to typing at times and enjoy other tech comms activities such as analysis, diagramming, and documentation planning. This short article gives some insight into how Information Architecture is used when developing websites. So, for those of who want to retain your writing skills and move into web-facing career, maybe Information Architecture is worth exploring.

7 Ways to Improve Your Technical Writing

Here are seven quick tips to improve the quality of your technical documents. When you write a technical document, consider the following points: