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My First MadWorld: You Should Have Been There
Maxwell Hoffmann

Posted by Maxwell Hoffmann

April 28, 2016

Having attended or presented at over 100 conferences, I was stunned at how unique, nourishing and useful MadWorld proved to be. Attendance has grown to nearly 300 at MadCap’s fourth annual conference, held April 10-13, 2016. It was a unique experience participating in a conference that focused on one product family (MadCap Software), yet was all about learning, not …

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12 Powerful Features in Flare 12 (You May Not Know About)
Jennifer Morse

Posted by Jennifer Morse

April 26, 2016

MadCap Flare 12 comes packed with a bunch of new features, all designed to help you with your authoring projects. But with all of the new changes and enhancements added, it can feel like you’re discovering something new every time you open Flare! Want to learn about some of Flare 12’s new features? Here’s just a few of my favorite features that can help you take your …

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Modern Content Development, Part Three: Advantages of CSS for Templates
Maxwell Hoffmann

Posted by Maxwell Hoffmann

April 21, 20164 Comments

This is the fourth blog segment in my series on moving away from page-centric, traditional publishing to modern content development. Since joining MadCap Software on March 1st, I have been impressed by the many advantages that Flare has over traditional, print-focused publishing. I spent over 20 years working primarily with Word and Regular FrameMaker®, as well as 10 years …

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Modern Content Development, Part Two: Building Blocks vs. Books and Documents
Maxwell Hoffmann

Posted by Maxwell Hoffmann

April 7, 2016

In this third blog post in the series, I share more concepts and tools that have captured my attention during my product exploration of MadCap Flare. Like many people, I have been authoring with a traditional “document-centric” workflow which address multiple outputs (print, screen) at the end of the cycle, rather than at the beginning. (Little wonder, I was Product …

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What to Expect from MadWorld 2016 – A Sneak Peek
Rachel Kim

Posted by Rachel Kim

March 31, 2016

In just a few weeks, technical communicators, content developers, information architects and content strategists from all over the world will converge for MadWorld 2016, taking place in beautiful San Diego, California. The MadWorld conference offers the complete package for today’s professionals – not just informative, strategic sessions on a wide range of topics, but …

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