The best software user assistance is so elegant that users don’t need to look for it.
One of the best ways to “answer the question before it is asked” is to provide embedded help right in the interface. Studies have shown that embedded, dynamic help improves the usability of software applications.
However, most software does not include it because it takes too much time to implement. Traditionally, developing and maintaining embedded help has required a great deal of software and information development time to create the custom mappings and make changes to the user interface. Also, online help is usually still a necessary deliverable, so an additional help file must be designed and written.
Join us at the free webinar on Wednesday, June 1, from 4 pm to 5 pm Israel time and you’ll see how a solution developed by ComponentOne allows you to easily incorporate an embedded, dynamic help window into the user interface of any application developed in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. This help updates automatically as users navigate the interface. Your users get the right help at the right time.
- How embedded, dynamic help improves usability
- How mapping of elements of the user interface to the help topics can be completely managed by technical writers. No Context IDs required!
- How quickly and easily embedded help can be implemented
The webinar is held by ComponentOne and WritePoint, which represents and resells ComponentOne products in Israel.
Who should attend:
- Technical writers
- Documentation managers
- Software developers, who are interested in incorporating a context-sensitive help into their applications
When: Wednesday, June 1, from 4pm to 5pm Israel time
The webinar is free. To register, go to https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/613756162 and fill out the registration form. After you submit the form, you will get a link that you will use to access the webinar.