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Book Review: Developing User Assistance for Mobile Apps

Joe Welinske, of WritersUA, is something of a guru when it comes to developing Help for mobile devices. In this second edition of Developing User Assistance for Mobile Apps, Joe has completely revised it with 300 new pages and 22 new chapters. It also includes 400 illustrations of Help patterns used in apps such as […]

Summer Beach Reading for Techcomm Professionals

*Due to web issues, we lost information on who authored this piece.  If this is your work, please let us know and we will give you publishing credit.* You might not think of these eight books as ones you want to take along to the beach or on vacation, but take another look. We thought they […]

Design for How People Learn

Written by Julie Hale My training in technical writing has made me want to learn more about the field of instructional design, so I recently read an interesting book called Design for How People Learn by Julie Dirksen (New Riders Press, 2012). The author makes good use of photographs, cartoon-like drawings, mock screenshots, and other […]