Matt Sullivan presents "An Introduction to How Interactive Media Improves the UX"
Do your procedures take longer to write than the procedures should take to complete? Do your writers then spend even more time defending their style and jargon choices?
Style guides help but often there’s no one answer, and navigating jargon can be tough, especially when you toss localization into the mix.
Here’s a thought: Give the user an experience instead of describing the experience to them.
In this introductory session, OCSTC senior member Matt Sullivan will address how interactive media can address those issues. You will learn to:
- Analyze for cumbersome content.
- Use QR codes in print and physical environments to improve access.
- Use dynamic filtering to avoid “sipping from the firehose.”
- Deploy content on media servers (Wistia, Vimeo, YouTube) to reduce load times for content.
Matt Sullivan will explore this topic in greater detail at the LavaCon conference in New Orleans in October. You can still register for this amazing conference here: http://lavacon.org/2015/#register.
Bring Your Manager for Free to OCSTC!
One meeting only! If you register and pay to attend this event, your manager can register for FREE! That means that your manager gets dinner, dessert, and the opportunity to hear a presentation from the one and only, Matt Sullivan.
We're encouraging managers to attend so that they can better understand your investment (and if you're lucky, your company's investment) in OCSTC, and encourage them to continue to support you and your team.
Matt Sullivan has produced dozens of screencasts for Adobe Systems, related to their TCS product releases and his Adobe-sponsored webinars. He’s also trained thousands of folks on FrameMaker, Captivate, RoboHelp, and Adobe Presenter. For more on Matt, and to learn about screencasting, tech comm video, and content marketing, visit techcommtools.com, and see youtube.com/TC2LS.
Visit Matt's website at http://www.mattrsullivan.com.
Visit http://training.techcommtools.com for a list of free and paid online courses.
Location and Parking
There is another DoubleTree hotel nearby, so it’s easy to accidentally go to the wrong location if you do a search for “DoubleTree” on your phone, instead of searching for the exact address!
The DoubleTree Club offers complimentary valet parking. If you prefer to self-park, tell the valet that you’re at the hotel for an OCSTC meeting, and ask if you can park yourself.