Week 1 of the new year is in the books, so rush hour traffic is getting back to normal, everyone is complaining about the weather, the annual awards show/papparazzi fest has launched, and social butterflies are busy choosing their selfie strategy for 2015.
Folks in the worlds of content, communication, and customer experience are sharing predictions, eyeing the trends, and booking airfare for the next set of conferences. All of that in addition to the daily duties of making the world safe for usable and compelling content. If you’ve resolved to stay current with the issues, trends and technology, start with some new stuff for the new year like:
- How Prototyping is Replacing Documentation
- Learning from Closed Card Sorts with Different Inputs
- Beneath the page: learning to see structure
See what else is tipping the scales in this week’s edition of Tech Writer This Week