Links of Interest, 25 March: Plain Language, UX, DITA, and More

by Kevin Cuddihy on 25 March 2011

PlainLanguage.gov provides a few “before and after” examples of plain language.

UXMatters has compiled 10 ways it thinks mobile sits are different from desktop websites

The OASIS DITA Technical Committee has realized that parts of the DITA 1.2 specification do not unambigiously cover important questions about keys. They have offered FAQ items in advance of an DITA 1.2 errata.

The UX Bookmark presents a “huge list” of style guides and UI guidelines from a variety of corporations.

The blog copyblogger gives their “simple five-step formula” for effective content marketing.

And finally, STC Summit keynote speaker Tim O’Reilly tweeted a link to a brief cartoon history of social networking by PeopleBrowsr.

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