Dropbox Paper and the art of the project plan template

I’ve been a fan of Dropbox Paper and minimalist word processors for a while now. In fact, I use Dropbox Paper for many of my personal writing projects. Recently, the Paper team added a Project Plan as a document option. Dropbox Paper excels at taking a minimalist word processor that’s ideal for non-writers. For example,… Continue reading Dropbox Paper and the art of the project plan template

My SharePoint site pet peeves

Through some previous contracts, I’ve gained experience interacting with administering SharePoint sites including managing document libraries, user access, creating lists and other site elements. In fact, I believe that today’s technical writer needs to be fluent in SharePoint site administration. During this time, I’ve inherited some SharePoint sites that made my job harder versus making… Continue reading My SharePoint site pet peeves

7 signs you are losing at enterprise collaboration

Image by geralt via Pixalbay I’ve come into more than one technical writing engagement only to found the organization was losing or had already lost at enterprise collaboration. As a technical writer, I’ve always had a vested interest in collaborative cultures and platforms. They help me version, publish, and secure my work which has often consisted… Continue reading 7 signs you are losing at enterprise collaboration

The secrets I’ve found about personal publishing

As Summer 2018 comes to a close, I came back with a renewed energy to write more things on my own. I took a look at some of the mistakes I’ve made in the past and came up with some new rules for myself. Here are some secrets I learned for myself about personal online… Continue reading The secrets I’ve found about personal publishing