Ellis Pratt will be giving a presentation at TCUK19 entitled “What skills will technical communicators need for the upcoming years?”.
The ways organisations support end users has changed over time. This is because new technologies emerge, products change, and users become more confident in using technology on a daily basis. We’ll look at how User Assistance is likely to change, and the skills technical communicators may need to have in the near future. We’ll also look at how Designers are facing similar issues, and how they are adapting.
About Ellis Pratt
Ellis Pratt is a Consulting Technical Communicator and Director at Cherryleaf, a technical writing services company. He has been working in technical communication since the early 1990s. He has a degree in Business Studies, and is a member of organisations such as the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators, the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the ISTC Management Council. Ellis was a contributor to two books: Current Practices and Trends in Technical Communication, and The Language of Technical Communication.