Save real money with workflows

Authoring work is fun! Optimising and structuring content, modelling content management, refining the layout: this type of work is varied and absorbing. However, there are also recurring activities that are associated with many repeated steps, such as checking whether node contents have been changed. Or removing redundant comments, and adding taxonomy values to all nodes of a... Continue Reading →

Take the quiz – Austrian Federal Railways implements gamification solution with SCHEMA ST4

Mr Schauer, would you like to begin by briefly describing your role at Austrian Federal Railways? Gladly. I have worked for Österreichische Bundesbahnen Personenverkehr AG (ÖBB - Austrian Federal Railways) since 1988. In 2004, I moved to our head office in Innsbruck, where I am responsible for knowledge management. My main role is as editor-in-chief... Continue Reading →

Automated image legends using callout labels

Labelling images and creating image legends are frequently recurring tasks facing technical writers. With SCHEMA ST4's Callout Designer, we have already simplified image labelling considerably, and in ST4 2020 we are expanding its functionality once again: the new “callout labels” feature makes it possible to easily create numbered labels and associated legends using drag & drop.... Continue Reading →

The major advantages of a component content management system in technical writing

Authoring processes can be optimised with a content management system, because such a tool provides efficient solutions for different application areas. Every technical writer benefits from the advantages of working with such a content management system, regardless of the fact that the exact situation will differ from company to company. We have summarised the main... Continue Reading →

Fully-automated Fabmatics – right through to technical writing with SCHEMA ST4

A robot arm precisely grips a component; a driverless mobile robot brings a product to its destination, where it is accurately sorted in a warehouse system – and all fully automatically. Welcome to the world of Fabmatics GmbH, a global specialist for the automation of material flows and processes in high-tech production cleanroom environments. The... Continue Reading →

Better review processes in technical writing

In technical writing, content naturally does not come out of nowhere. Ideally, it emerges in parallel with the product, thus incorporating functional and developmental changes as quickly as possible. To do this, technical writing needs to depart from the local domain and obtain information from people outside one’s own department, agree with them on what... Continue Reading →

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