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Neil Perlin: Control & Consistency in Print & eBook
Author Neil Perlin discusses the importance of using a processional Help Authoring Tool (HAT) like Adobe RoboHelp to achieve topic-based content that has control and flexibility for publishing to print of screen. Perlin shares how a traditional book that he published in the late 1980s took 4 months to go through the process. His first book published with RoboHelp took only 8 hours, and his latest book published to print and eBook took only 2.5 hours.
Kevin Siegel: The Future of Interactive eLearning
In this Adobe/STC interview, Iconlogic's Kevin Siegel expresses a wish list for ePubs: "we are hoping that ePub technology will catch up with the industry. We not only want to take our content out to digital format, but we also want to have interactive content in ePubs to have value add." Kevin maintains that Help authors need to fully embrace HTML5 in order to deliver to multiple platforms.
Neil Perlin: Merging of Mobile and TechComm
In this STC/Adobe booth interview, thought leader Neil Perlin discusses how techcomm Help authors went through a major sea change at WinWriter years ago when Microsoft announced that their Help would be based on HTML, vs. familiar *.chm files. Before that event, the world of techcomm and Help were separate silos. According to Perlin, many of us are still feeling our way around in mobile, as best methods are being defined. Many people are still trying to determine if they are to create eBooks, Apps, mobile Help. Look for several years of disruption as we experienced a dozen years ago when Help shifted to HTML.