Ignite UX Michigan, originally scheduled March 24, has been postponed until Tuesday, May 12, due to our current state of emergency.
What is World IA Day?
World IA Day was created to celebrate Information Architecture (IA) and to empower local leaders to keep growing and sharing ideas within their communities. The focus of the 2020 celebration is “The IA Element,” which highlights IA as the element that ties different ideas, developers, and end users together. Visit the World IA Day website to see a list of World IA Day events happening all over the country and around the globe! Continue reading “World IA Day is February 22”
CodeMash is a conference in Sandusky, Ohio that provides developers education on current methodologies, trends, and tools in the field.
This conference includes sessions on design, UI, and user experience (UX). Learn about accessibility, CSS, data visualizations, user experience, usability testing, and other topics. Check the session schedule for details.
Expand your knowledge and gain skills about the user perspective by attending this conference.
Jan. 7 – 10, 2020
Note: Two-day tickets until Jan. 1, 2020 are $400.
Fabrice Lacroix, CEO of Fluid Topics, will present a webinar: Is Content Delivery Possible Without Breaching New Data-Privacy Regulations? Learn about the new global privacy rules and how they will impact your operations.
This webinar will be on Thursday, February 21, 2019, from 2–3 p.m.; registered attendees will receive a link to the recording. Read more and register for this STC webinar.
STC CNY (Central New York) and STC Rochester are holding a multi-chapter webinar on Thursday, February 28, from noon–1 p.m. There will be three brief presentations and question-and-answer periods:
- The Art of Visual Startup Guides, presented by Sandee Craig and Laurie Fiaretti, Senior Technical Illustrators
- The Heilmeier Catechism: A Persuasive Writing Rubric, presented by Melissa Hellman, proposal writer
- Build a Lasting TechComm Career, presented by John Garison, Lead Technical Communicator
There is more information about the speakers and their presentations, as well as a registration form, on EventBrite.
STC Rochester is celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of their regional conference, Spectrum, and they have invited everyone to join them at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), in Rochester, NY, March 24–26 to celebrate. The theme is Remember Yesterday. Celebrate Today. Plan for Tomorrow, with keynote speaker Toni Ressaire. Super early bird rates are good through January 31 only. Continue reading “STC Rochester’s Spectrum Conference 2019 to Celebrate Diamond Anniversary”
Paul Joseph, publisher of the recently revised landmark plain language book, Put it in Writing, will discuss what distinguishes technical writing from other nonfiction in his presentation, What’s the Difference Between Technical Writing and Other Types of Writing? This free, half-hour webinar will take place on Monday, January 28, 2019, at noon. See the article on NEO STC’s website for more information and the registration link.
Over the past year, STC-SM has been using Slack to share information and communicate with our chapter members. Slack is a powerful messaging and collaboration tool that allows individuals and organizations to work together and share information in meaningful and efficient ways. We invite you to join us in our “Intro to Slack” webinar, which will show you how you can use the STC-SM Slack workspace to connect with STC-SM chapter members and council members so that you can stay up-to-date on programs and networking events in the STC community. Continue reading “Intro to Slack—Webinar”
Ignite UX 2018 will be at Live, 102 S. First St., in downtown Ann Arbor, on March 20, 2018; doors will open at 6 p.m., and admission is free.
Have you ever been interested in learning more about APIs and API documentation? It’s one of the fastest growing areas of technical communication, and it’s quickly becoming a common job requirement. APIs, or application programming interfaces, are sets of functions and methods that allow you to interface to a program or service running on another computer. APIs have become increasingly prevalent, and more technical writers are needed to document the core functionality of these APIs. Continue reading “Swagger UI and the Open API Specification”