Webinar Recording: Designing Quick Reference Guides

A couple of weeks ago I gave an STC webinar called Designing Quick Reference Guides. This was a general STC webinar, and usually I am not allowed to repost the recording, but due to some audio difficulties, I had to re-record it, and the STC gave me permission to post the re-recording. Here are the files to watch or download the webinar:

Designing Quick Reference Guides

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By Tom Johnson

I'm a technical writer working for the 41st Parameter in San Jose, California. I'm interested in topics related to technical writing, such as visual communication, API documentation, information architecture, web publishing, JavaScript, front-end design, content strategy, Jekyll, and more. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

  • Old Nick

    Thanks for the useful material. And for quoting Robin Williams’s The Non-Designer’s Design Book, which is now on my Kindle.

    • http://idratherbewriting.com Tom Johnson

      Thanks Old Nick. That book is one of my favorites.

  • DiSc

    Wow, not one but two webinars after that weekend. This seriously sweetens my Monday morning. Thanks, I am going to try and listen to them during the day.

    • http://idratherbewriting.com Tom Johnson

      Thanks Diego. If you have feedback about either of the webinars, please let me know.

  • http://www.ratz.com Greg Woolf

    Robin is a fabulous female and a wonderful author. I have read several of her books. She also has site that has useful info : http://www.ratz.com

    • http://idratherbewriting.com Tom Johnson

      Thanks for adding the link to her site.

  • Dawn

    Thanks for the tips, ideas, and suggestions as I prepare my first QRG. My first decision — kindle or paperback for the Robin Williams book. :)

    • http://idratherbewriting.com Tom Johnson

      For the Robin Williams book, you probably want paperback, because there are a lot of images in it. But I don’t have a kindle, so maybe they display well.