Benefit from IT
How to write for the Web and improve usability: techniques and tutorials. Based in the Medway area of Kent, England.
The e-Content Institute Online
The e-Content Institute is dedicated to advancing the interests of the Canadian e-content community - developers and creators of e-content products and services and the professionals who buy, use and manage them.
Edit-Work.com web style guide
How to create editorial style for a web site.
A web-site that discusses how to create good business documents in the linked, on-screen environment of Intranets and the Internet.
Juicy Studio: Readability Tests
Online tool to import a web page's text and give the results from Gunning Fog, Flesch Reading Ease, and Flesch-Kincaid reading level algorithms.
Lighthouse on the Web
Links to pages on web content development.
Practical news and case studies on Internet advertising, marketing and PR professionals in niche industries including marketing content online.
Online Content UK
Network for new media editorial professionals in the UK offering events, resources, email discussion list.
Quality Web Content
Large corporate communications resource for people who write web content and intranet content. Free articles by email.
Readability Research - Topics in Usability
Articles on research into aspects of readability on the Web, collected by the Usability Special Interest Group.
Research-Based Web Design & Usability Guidelines
Authoritative guidelines for web designers, content editors and managers, compiled by the National Cancer Institute. Includes numerous guidelines for those who write content for US government web sites.
Say What you Mean on the Web. Ezine and tips for writing persuasive and usable corporate web content.
Shel Holtz: Communicate online
Resources for strategic communication online.
Sue Hershkowitz-Coore - articles on business communication
Articles on business communication, with a strong focus on email marketing. "Motivating people to communicate more powerfully and operate more profitably."
Sun Microsystems: Writing for the Web
The official Sun Microsystems guidelines booklet Writing for the Web by Jakob Neilsen.
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