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What's App? The future is here, and you can use it

There seem to be apps for just about everything these days – but what apps are there for technical documentation?

Florian Gust and Sebastian Habenicht present the status quo with regard to app development and the current use of apps in documentation. Gust and Habenicht also ask whether we as technical writers will have to change before technical documentation can change, and what skills we'll need in the future – or perhaps we won't need technical writers at all in the future?

The contents at a glance

  • What apps exist currently? Can any app trends be identified?
  • What is the current situation in technical documentation with regard to apps?
  • What app development concepts, approaches and tools exist?
  • Our attitude to apps and multimedia concepts
  • User-centred design – a utopia? And what process does this utopia facilitate? How does this process work? How is documentation development going to change?
  • Multimedia solutions – examples
  • Outlook for technical documentation in the near future
  • Conclusion

About the speakers

Despite his youth, Florian Gust has been with itl for some time now. He has been working at the company on a day-to-day basis for nearly four years and, in addition to taking care of program code, he also looks after customers in a wide variety of industries. As a developer, he has in-depth knowledge of HTML, Javascript and responsive web development.

After qualifying as a technical writer, Sebastian Habenicht acquired experience working for agencies, including in interaction/UX design and in copywriting and concept development in the automotive industry. He has been a creative mind at itl since 2016 and puts his heart and soul into his work.

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