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Start and end of the 7 chunks

In technical communication, Miller’s number plays a crucial role in conveying information effectively. This concept, introduced by George A. Miller in the 1950s, states that human information processing is limited and that on average we can only process about 7 pieces of information at a time.

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Safety signs according to ISO 7010 (Update)

ISO 7010 defines rescue, prohibition, mandatory, warning and fire safety signs and was published in 2012. The safety signs are based on the design criteria of the ISO 3864 series of standards. ISO 7010 was created in response to the internationalization of markets in order to convey uniform safety information in a few words or completely at the level of symbols. The aim of ISO 7010 is prevention of potential hazards to persons and the principle of a safety sign = a safety statement.

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Interactive spare part pages

Interactive spare parts catalogs are state of the art: Your customers can easily find and select the parts they need and start the ordering process. This webinar will show you step by step how to create interactive spare parts catalogs.

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Exploded drawings

As if pulled up on an imaginary shear, exploded views provide an insight into the inside of devices, machines and systems. They illustrate relationships clearly and help everyone to find, name and select exactly the right spare parts quickly and precisely.

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Representation of persons in technical illustration

Technical illustrations are becoming more and more efficient. Views are quickly generated with the 3D CAD model. But what to do when human-machine interactions make it necessary to represent that person? Don’t take a step back with photos or videos. Take a step forward with me to a vector-based digital mock-up also for humans in your illustrations.

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Double click and Corel

Manuals often hide secrets that we don’t see or that we forget. We discover these secrets later when we take a second look at the online help, or someone shows them to us. Or maybe it’s funnier: we discover the secrets practically by accident.

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