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What is Technical Writing? [New Definition for 2018]

by Tom DuPuis on Mon, Mar 19, 2018

 

Are you looking to understand what technical writing is and how you can become more proficient?

Technical writing continues to be a highly coveted skill in the professional workplace. Demand is expected to grow at 10% from 2014 to 2024. This is faster than the average for all occupations.

In this article we will show you an average day for a technical writer, how to improve your skills when writing complex documents, and why the field is quickly changing.

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9 Technical Writing Tips Every Writer Needs to Know

by Tom DuPuis on Wed, Sep 27, 2017

Technical writing takes high-level details and explains them clearly and concisely to an audience.

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Technical Writing for Engineers [The Ultimate Guide & Course]

by Tom DuPuis on Tue, Sep 19, 2017


Engineers often believe technical writing to be highly-detailed documentation for fellow engineers. In fact,
technical writing is a style that takes complex information and clearly explains it to a specific audience.

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How to Become a Technical Writer: A Beginner’s Guide

by Tom DuPuis on Fri, Sep 1, 2017

Technical writing is a highly valuable skill. It is crucial for anyone working in a tech-related business, for engineers and scientists communicating their knowledge, and for people looking for rewarding, full-time work as writers.

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Is Business Writing the Same as Technical Writing?

by Tom DuPuis on Mon, Aug 21, 2017

No matter your job, you need to be able to write. Whether it’s quarterly financial reports or daily safety records, writing is a common and crucial skill. Yet, the writing style of one field can be different and potentially inappropriate for another.

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How to Use Graphics in Technical Writing

by Malcolm Stiefel on Thu, May 11, 2017

In technical business writing, the graphics – such as engineering drawings, tables, and process diagrams – complement and are integrated with the text, to inform or even to entertain the reader, depending on the writer’s objective. In this post you will learn how to correctly and incorrectly use graphics in your technical business writing. 
 

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