I have only ever documented software.
One of my secret tech writer dreams is to write doco for tangible products. “Congratulations on the purchase of your whipper snipper” I’d write. Continue reading “Instructions to assemble a spinning wheel”
Being able to reclaim work is very important as a writer and a crafter.
If you make a mistake in your knitting, you can tink – that is “knit” backwards. Basically you undo stitches one by one by reversing your actions to get back to a point in time. In tech writing terms, a bit like Ctrl+Z. Continue reading “Lifelines in writing and knitting”
A cool example of instructions without words:
Zentangle is a meditative form of doodling. I recently got into it as a really quick way to relax. (Bonus: you end up with piece of artwork!) Continue reading “Zentangle graphic instructions”