Tag Archives: technical writing

We Can’t Use “In Tray” Definitions for Content Roles

Everyone in the content industry seems to be trying to define their roles these days. There are a number of new roles and titles being described, and everyone wants to know where to draw the boundaries around them. Commenting on my recent post on Content Engineering, Jonatan Lundin asked, “So is an information architect a… Read More »

Content Engineering is Not Technical Writing

My last post, I am a Content Engineer, was taken by several people as yet another attempt to rebrand technical writing. I’m honestly a bit mystified by how people could interpret some of the examples of content engineering that I listed as being examples of technical writing, but Hi Ho. Let me set the record… Read More »

Wide World of Tech Comm

The discussion around Larry Kunz recent blog post The Salt of the Earth raises some interesting questions about the part that those of us who call ourselves “Technical Writers” (or some cognate thereof) can and should play in the wider world of technical communication. In the comments, Larry says: As technical communicators, we need to… Read More »