At the TCUK15 conference this year, John Kearney and I gave a workshop covering some techniques for “Getting Things Done” as well as general productivity tips. All of this was aimed at helping our technical communicator peers get all the things done. Prior to the conference, we sent out some optional homework. You can start… Continue reading The Getting Things Done workshop at TCUK15
I found two excellent posts on Paul Bradshaw’s Online Journalism blog that I had to share. (Unless you’ve already read them, in which case, great!) In one post, he asks the £10,000 question: who benefits most from a tax threshold change? What wonderful real-life examples. Go read the article and see whether you can spot… Continue reading What are you trying to obfuscate?
Giving a 5-minute Ignite presentation is such an amazing learning experience. The expression mind-blowing is suitable to use. What’s Ignite? It’s an inspiration network. You have 5 minutes and 20 slides to “ignite” the audience with your passion. O’Reilly has the Ignite story for you. I think anyone who carries the label “communicator” ought to… Continue reading Igniting Accessibility for Ignite Denmark