Organize and structure: Organize and structure content to improve findability and discoverability.
Content inventory: Examine existing content and evaluate content usefulness, accuracy, tone of voice, and overall effectiveness
Topic-based audit: Audit existing content to redesign it to be topic-based.
Information grouping: Define user-centered relationships between content.
Taxonomy: Identify and standardize terms (controlled vocabulary) and apply to content.
Metadata: Develop metadata to generate “Related Link” lists and other navigation components that aid discovery.
Search and navigate: Develop user-centered search and navigation stratgies.
MadCap Flare Conversion
FrameMaker to Structured FrameMaker
FrameMaker to MadCap Flare
RoboHelp to MadCap Flare
InDesign to MadCap Flare
MS Word to MadCap Flare
Wiki to MadCap Flare
WordPress to MadCap Flare
Any other legacy tool to MadCap Flare
MadCap Flare Consultation
Learn the MadCap basics to help you decide whether your documentation can benefit
from using or converting to MadCap Flare.
Learn the MadCap basics and more advanced features so that you can implement
MadCap Flare in your documentation environment.
Learn the MadCap basics and more advanced features. Learn how to analyze your
existing documentation to convert to MadCap Flare; how to implement single-sourcing,
multi-authoring projects with topics, snippets, conditional tags, and variables; and how to source control your
projects. Includes an overview of MadCap Capture and Analyzer.