Links of Interest, 18 March: Social Media, Content, UX, and More

by Kevin Cuddihy on 18 March 2011

The Web Standards Sherpa advises that companies stop using the simplistic “Products” catch-all on website and get into what they really offer.

A list of lists? That’s what MediaSnackers provides here—a collection of helpful social media lists.

Rob O’Regen at emedia vitals talks about new ways to create, repackage, and deliver your content to customers.

Technical Communication Center provides an idea for preventing compounding editing errors while copyediting a long technical document: make suggested corrections from back-to-front.

UX Magazine comes to the defense of design customization.

The blog a.jill.ity (great name!) offers advice on how to present usability issues to stakeholders.

And finally, HelpScribe explains how technical communicators and kindergarten teachers are alike.

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