Technical Communication

Technical communication is an extensive field that comprises many form of communications that reveals one or more of the following characteristics:

  • Communicating about technical specifications or any related specialized topics, such as software applications, products, medical events, environmental policy and many more.
  • Interacting by using technology, such as help files, web pages, or any social media sites.
  • Providing tips about how to perform something efficiently, regardless of how technical the task is.
  • User manuals help users be more accurate on their own, improving how easily those products gain recognition into the marketplace and minimizing costs to maintain them.
  • Instructional specifications help one group of experts to communicate efficiently with other technical experts. This result in speeding up development cycles, reducing risks and minimizes rework caused by miscommunications.
  • Training programs present people with new and improved skills, which make them more employable and their organizations and products more capable and safe.

Technical communicators or writers have in common is a user or audience centered approach to provide the particular information, in the correct way, at the specific time to make the end-user’s life easier and more dynamic.

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