Museums for technical writers

Dawn Stevens, writing Your Documentation Belongs in a Museum! for CIDM, describes what technical writers can learn from the instructional design of museums. Highlights include supporting non-linear access, recognizing that not everyone wants to read so much, and keeping things fresh. Some good food for thought, for certain.

If you'd like to see some computer documentation that's in a museum, you're looking for Computer History Museum instead.

Posted: June 1, 2013 link to this item, Tweet this item, respond to this item