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Kearsty Dunlap Schneider

Policy & Procedure Analyst

Kearsty Dunlap Schneider leads a team of technical writers, analyzing, translating and teaching mortgage regulations to employees who don’t speak legalese, and publishing that information to the employee intranet using MadCap Flare. She has been in the mortgage industry for too many years to admit, where she has held a multitude of roles, including training and continuous improvement/development. Kearsty is passionate about creating easy-to-understand tools and processes for people that help them leverage their current technology or skill level.

Sessions Presented by Kearsty Dunlap Schneider:

Monday, June 4

10:15-11:10 AM

Where Do I Start? Part 1: The KISS – Keep It Simple System for Creating New Projects

Track 2 MadCap Flare New Users Project Management

New to MadCap Flare or on a small Flare team? Did someone else build your project and now your project is getting out of control? For new users or administrators wondering how much time it takes to build a new project and where to start, this session is for you. This session is divided up into small tasks that can be tackled in about one hour per day, so that you can get a project going quickly. Kearsty Dunlap Schneider will cover what you need to know before starting to build a project, basic tasks on templates, master pages, and stylesheets, and tips and best practices on simplifying your project and documenting process decisions. This session is designed specifically for users who need a basic roadmap of where to start.

Tuesday, June 5

9:30-10:30 AM

Where Do I Start? Part 2: The KISS – Keep It Simple System for Creating New Projects

Track 2 MadCap Flare New Users

Are you in a situation where you’ve found yourself with projects beyond your experience and are struggle with where to start? In this follow-up to the session “Where Do I Start? The KISS - Keep It Simple System for Creating New Projects“, Kearsty Dunlap Schneider will provide more organizational help and best practices, such as tips on keeping your project simple and documenting your process decisions. This session is designed specifically for users who need a basic roadmap of where to start.