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The reviewer talks about "breaking down information complexity."
One of the definitions I have read of technical writing is "simplifying the complex."
Those two definitions seem the same to me.
Is technical writing a branch of information architecture, or is information architecture a branch of technical writing?
Craig Cardimon | Senior Technical Writer
Marketing Systems Group
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