The Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based architecture for authoring, managing, and publishing your organization’s technical content.
DITA was designed to meet the evolving needs of organizations in the face of today’s business requirements – for managing and publishing content for multiple products, multiple audiences, and multiple output formats.
- Front Runner’s DITA courses are each targeted to your organization’s key knowledge development, publishing, and management roles:
- Content creators, including business analysts, technical leaders, and technical and marketing communicators
- Managers, including senior executives, functional leaders, and line managers
- Information architects
DITA for Writers and Editors
This three-day course is for writers, editors, instructional designers, and other content creators teaches participates how to use DITA XML to create modular, multimedia, interactive content suitable for automated publishing to print, online, and SCORM-compliant formats.
DITA for Information Architects
This three-day course is for web application designers, software architects, enterprise content managers, and other information architects teaches participants how to use DITA to identify valuable enterprise information assets, apply structure to unstructured content, and transform content for delivery to multiple channels and audiences.
DITA for Managers
This three day course is for engineering managers, project managers, training managers, documentation managers, and other managers teaches participates how to use DITA to improve customer allegiance, speed time to market, and reduce development, documentation, training, support, and production costs.