I have 8 years of experience working with product documentation. During this time, I have had the opportunity of working with many different aspects of technical writing, including:
- Vector illustrations
- 3D graphics and animation
- Technical writing
- Conversion and migration
- Information architecture
- Tools development
I currently work for Ericsson as an information architect.
I started my career in visual communication. I studied technical illustration, creating technical 2D vector and 3D graphics. Soon upon starting to work, I also got into writing. That was also when I was first introduced to structured writing in XML.
With time, I grew more and more interested in tools and frameworks. I began working with conversion and data migration projects. Those typically involved moving unstructured or semi-structured content into a topic-based information architecture and a CCMS.
For years I supported clients with DITA consultation, and content strategy projects became my primary occupation.
For the last couple of years I have been pre-occupied discovering the world of docs as code. As I spent more time in software projects, it became obvious to me that the traditional tools stack didn’t quite satisfy the needs of agile software development. Technical writers need a way to keep up with the pace of developers. It seems to me like docs as code is the way to do that.
As a side-effect of deep-diving into git workflows and static site generators, I’ve established an interest in web development, and development in general. And I love it! (My wife will vouche for me.)
About this site
The code for this site is all available on GitHub!
I created this website from scratch, using Hugo.
For the hosting and build workflow, I use Netlify.