Weekly Round-up: Tech Writing Handbook, Confluence Team Space Or Project Space, and More
This week's top story is a microsite from Dozuki: "Tech Writing Handbook"Here's
Tech Writing Handbook
This amazing microsite from Dozuki will teach you how to create everything from manuals to work instructions: "We'll help you avoid the most common pitfalls of tech writing, from poor planning to outdated publishing." Read more
Should You Create a Confluence Space for Your Team or for Each Project?
For Atlassian, the answer to the title of this blog post, is ‘both’. Part 1 of this two-part blog series explains how to create and organize team spaces in Confluence.
What Every Company Should Know About Agile Software Development
In the MIT Technology Review, Atlassian's General Manager Eric Wittman explains the value auf Agile development methods, and why waterfalls literally fall down: "More than anything else, agile is a shift in organizational culture." Read more
How to Make Your Intranet Worthy of Trust
Corporate intranets should be the most trusted source of information about the company. William Amurgis has identified attributes and behaviors, and provides twelve tips to make your intranet more trustworthy. Read more (Sorry, this content has been removed by its creator)
Why everything is OK
writes about how "OK" became the universal "go ahead and do this" for modern user interfaces.Andy Hertzfeld, one of the fathers of Macintosh,
Gordon R. Meyer from Usable Help stumbled across Andy's post and notes: "The reason might surprise you, or at least make you laugh." Read more