- Jan 24, 12:00pm – 1:00 pm SOLD OUT
- Jan 24, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Spots available
Join us on January 24 to hear Joe Welinske talk about key trends in software UA.
User assistance is much more than “Help.” It encompasses a wide range of skills and technologies that are combined to improve the software user’s experience. We contribute through wizards, tutorials, and web-based training. We develop and populate knowledge bases and content management systems. Printed manuals and their PDF equivalents are still an important element of our documentation sets. Many of us are now embedding helpful content directly into the user interface. We are involved with usability testing, localization, testing, quality assurance, and branding. This presentation provides a cutting-edge overview of the latest trends in software user assistance, defines the key terminology, highlights the most important technologies, and offers predictions on future directions of our field.
This session will only be available as a live streaming event through GotoMeeting. It will not be recorded.
After you register, you’ll receive a confirmation email with the webinar login information.
About Joe Welinske
Joe Welinske specializes in helping your software development effort through crafted communication. The best user experience features quality words and images in the user interface. The UX of a robust product is also enhanced through comprehensive user assistance. This includes Help, wizards, FAQs, videos and much more. For over twenty-five years, Joe has been providing training, contracting, and consulting services for the software industry. Joe recently published the book, Developing User Assistance for Mobile Apps. He also teaches courses for Bellevue College, the University of California, and the University of Washington.
Joe also organizes an annual conference about user assistance.
The Conference for Software User Assistance
March 7-8 in Seattle. 20+ speakers, 30+ sessions, Fast-paced, two-day format
Use the discount code “Chicago” to reduce your price by $50.
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