This article explains how to structure the content of articles, with the purpose of ensuring completeness and improving readability. It is based on the principle that similar articles (e.g. on chemical elements) should be structured in a similar fashion. via Wikipedia:How to structure the content – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
I got this off Wikipedia – and its about how to write effective and informative articles. Imagine you are writing a 3000 word piece – thats 10 paragraphs, each of 300 words. As this link says – each paragraph is to contain one topic. Additionally: 1. Each article starts with a ‘lead’ thats an introduction…… Continue reading Wikipedia:Writing better articles – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I go into town by train with my kids. We all get off together and walk to their school. I then keep walking past their school and head for work. In effect I walk to work everyday. I walk past this one shop where there is a cat in the window. Yesterday I took a…… Continue reading The Story of the Cat
“Service design for India: The thinking behind the design of a local curriculum.” … TAKING ON AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EDUCATION: CURRENT PRACTICE AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING AND PRODUCT DESIGN EDUCATION.
I did a writing workshop for PostGrad students in Applied Communication. Seth in the group posted this(below) to his Blog. I got all excited when I saw this post – so I sent him an email (reproduces below here in italics in serif). WOW … and WOW again thanks for the post I like the…… Continue reading Writing workshop
The trick is to write early and keep writing as a thinking tool. Below are the writing tasks the student will be required to do over the coure of the year. Immersion Need statement (what is the problem, why is it an interesting problem, what is the design angle to the problem, and how is…… Continue reading The Writing Project – assignments list