Based on a long history creating and editing documentation, Ken enjoys taking some risks in making visually amazing documentation. The typical document in a boring annual report style just won’t work with most users any more. It might be time to consider a more innovation design!
To complement instructional videos, there’s nothing like professional product documentation and we have years of experience creating quick starts, user guides, and product overviews. Rather than boring manuals, we tend to use more visually appealing formats found in newspapers, magazines, or comix books (yes, even comic book format). My favorite designs incorporate interactivity (buttons, bookmarks, videos, and so on).
Click on the mock-up thumbnail below to view a sample product documentation set:
Sooooo, we designed a presentation handout to be a newspaper format. Crisp, clean, and definitely not typical. In four pages, the user is walked through the goals, the definitions, and stepped through sample code. We made sure there was plenty of explanations in words and figures. (Shoot, the newspaper even includes advertisements.)
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