Writing and Designing Embedded Help
Helping UX developers and technical communicators better understand how to create and write UI Help text and embedded Help.
This course helps UX developers and technical communicators better understand how to create and write UI Help text and embedded Help.
How to Enrol
This course is part of WriteLessons, from Cherryleaf
WriteLessons, from Cherryleaf, provides you with access to a range of courses in technical communication. You have access to all of the courses contained within WriteLessons, which you can take at your own pace.
Inline UI Help text and embedded Help are growing in popularity, particularly as the number of Web-based software applications and mobile apps increase. This can lead to a need for the UX and Help teams to communicate in a common language and to establish common goals, strategies, metrics and vision.
Who is this course for?
This course is for teams who need to provide more embedded and context-sensitive Help in their Web-based applications, and want to develop their skills in this area.
- Defining what is UI Embedded Help
- Its purpose
- How to create it
- Planning and managing the content
- Progressive disclosure
- Writing for a global audience and for localisation
Cherryleaf is a technical writing services company formed in 2002 by people with a passion for technical communication and learning development.
Cherryleaf is recognised as a leader within the technical communication profession. Our staff have written articles for the Society for Technical Communication's (STC) Intercom magazine, the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicator's Communicator journal and tekom's TCWorld magazine. They've also written books on technical communication. We've presented webinars for Adobe, Madcap Software or the STC, and we've spoken at various conferences around the world.
Today, organisations throughout Europe use Cherryleaf’s services so they can provide clear information that enables users and staff to complete tasks productively.