What technical communications achievements were deemed the most compelling last year? Do you want a chance to touch and see the entries, and meet some of the winners?
On Wednesday, October 15 from 5:30-7:30 pm EDT, join us for the 3rd TechComm Winners Roadshow as we celebrate recent International and Regional winners of the STC Competition and kickoff our Regional TechComm Competition season.
This is a FREE, all-virtual event hosted by the STC New York, Philadelphia and Houston chapters. You can attend from anywhere, but you must register to receive the web link.
6:00-7:30 PM EDT (GMT-4) – Panel presentations via Webinar and Q&A
- PressureWave Formation Pressure Tester, Tim Freeman, Chip Bridgeman, Jeff Hensing, Paul Radzinski and Jean Dooling (Weatherford) Promotional Materials, Regional Award of Distinction and International Merit Awards
- Rambam Healthcare Campus Visitor’s Packet, Deborah Hemstreet with Dvora Kreda and Guy Nawy: Informational Materials, International Award of Excellence (from Israel)
- Creating Financial Reports, Frances Gambino, Gregory Pfister, Mary Casull and Melinda Gjenasa, (Information Builders): User Support Materials, International Award of Excellence
- NetAXS-123 Video Kit Startup & Installation Guide Set, Ugur Akinci, (Honeywell), Instructional Materials, International Award of Excellence
- 2010-2011 ICCVAM Biennial Progress Report, Catherine Sprankle with Donna Jeanne Corcoran, (National Toxicology Program Interagency Center for the Evaluation of Alternative Toxicological Methods), Informational Materials, International Award of Distinction
- Hear first-hand stories from presenters
- Get inspiration for your own instructional, promotional, user support, and informational projects.
- Hear why winners participated and what they learned from the STC TechComm Competition.
Who should attend?
Web developers, UX specialists, technical communicators, instructional designers, content developers, trainers, teachers, managers, competition managers, and community managers. If you are interested in crafting excellent user support design and quality technical information, you will have valuable takeaways from the evening.
Note from Best of Show winner
Lastly, if you haven’t done so, we suggest you read Judy Wyrick’s blog, A Note from STC’s Summit Best of Show Winner. It’s inspiring!