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Sarah O'Keefe: It's Not About the Tool
Sarah O'Keefe: It's Not About the Tool
In this STC/Adobe interview, Sara O'Keefe maintains that your search for a solution should not start with a focus on what tools to select for authoring. You starting point should be determining what type of relevant, business-critical content you need to deliver. Do you need to deliver high quality PDF? Can your users be happy with web and mobile access only? Will your content require a certain type of metadata? How will you manage your content? Once you have answered these questions, then you can qualify and determine which authoring tools will best suit your needs.
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 99
  • Added: Aug 11, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:01:11
  • Tags: DITA, metadata, Adobe, PDF, STC, XML, authoring tool, intelligent content, leadership
Mark Lews: Content as a Database
Mark Lews: Content as a Database
In this Adobe/STC interview, renowned thought leader, Mark Lewis, shares keen insights into other benefits of structure. "We need to move to a point where we think of content as a database." People are searching for things on the web and may or may not be finding what they are looking for. Think of entering a recipe, with steps, ingredients and attributes like diabetic or sugar free. When semantic information is entered during structured authoring, both the reader and writer benefit.
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 132
  • Added: Jul 14, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:02:34
  • Tags: attributes, database, Adobe, STC, intelligent content, searchable text, semantic, structured authoring, tech comm, technical communication
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