I’ve been writing technical documentation, standards, and style guides as part of my work for much of the past 20 years. This has ranged from single-sheet handouts to giant manuals (or now the Internet equivalent). I love to write and translate complex concepts into understandable language, so this has always been a natural fit for me.
MTD Keystone Help Library
The Keystone Help Library is a 200,000-word Help system for Keystone, a comprehensive, custom, information management software package for Habitat for Humanity Affiliates. I developed, wrote, coordinated, produced, and edited the system and content over the past several years. This required extensive use of information architecture and technical writing. It was developed in MadCap Flare. [View Keystone Help Library]