Upcoming Webinar on 29 July: Visualizing Documents With Scalable Vector Graphics

by Kevin Cuddihy on 28 July 2014

The increasing need to produce online documentation and meet users’ needs with visual user interfaces is being met by a timely convergence of Web technologies. Scalable vector graphics (SVG) is part of HTML5 and has considerable potential for producing hyperlinked infographics for online help. Unlock that potential with the help of the live Web seminar Visualizing Documents With Scalable Vector Graphics, presented by David Gardiner on Tuesday, 29 July, from 10:00-11:00 AM EDT (GMT-4).

This webinar shows how SVG can be the basis for new document interfaces that integrate with topic-based help and improve the user experience. Documentation can be restructured for a visual-first interface to quickly familiarize users with concepts and procedures, and “quick link” to reference information. Learn how SVG as an enabling technology can be the basis for embedded video, translation/localization, and Web app documents.

Note: Be sure to check out David’s article in the July/August issue of Intercom as well, titled “Hypergraphics for Interactive Documents: Improving the User Experience with Scalable Vector Graphics.”

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