Tech Writer This Week – December 13, 2012 – TechWhirl
TechWhirl’s Weekly Roundup of the best technical communication and technical writing posts on the web.
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Eight tiny reindeer lead us over to User Experience, where we catch up with Dmitry Fadeyev (usabilitypost.com) as he watches users struggle too much with user interfaces. Then, Martin Belam (currybet.net) talks about creating a great digital user experience. If you enjoy content from the Harvard Business Review, then take a few moments to peruse Michael Shrage’s post (blogs.hbr.org) on the difference between user engagement and user experience.
No time for Frosty to melt away when we race over to Content Strategy & Curation. Pawan Deshpande (contentmarketinginstitute.com) shares oodles of tips for inspiring content curation. And Sue Neal (writeclever.com) tells us why she is now a content curation convert.
Think of Career and Life as the holiday cookies and milk, and enjoy Juliana Weiss-Roessler’s (lifehack.org) explanation of how to put together a resume fast. Chris Martin (chrismartinwrites.com) asks if technology has made us stupid. Usable Help (hg2meyer.com) declares “DTFM!” (Not RTFM.) And as a special treat, we have a YouTube video from Scribendi.com on the “Life of a Word Warrior.”