On October 18-19, the Swedish Industry Organization for Technical Information (BOTI) held its annual conference at Epicenter in Stockholm and online for the rest of participants. This time, Malin Hammarberg from Sigma Technology shared insights about the connection between UX and technical information, Anna Ekedahl talked about being a UX writer, and Liselotte Shafiee talked about the importance of Topics.
BOTI’s goal is to promote the development of the technical information domain. The organization aims to gather opinion leaders, businesses, and technical information experts in Sweden in the same place and share valuable insights and industry trends. This year, the conference covered six essential topics, including hot discussions about the metaverse and standards and regulations for MedTech and cybersecurity.
The conference was in the format of a talk show with Anna Starrin, a cultural anthropologist and communicator, as a host. This was the second year when the BOTI conference was available in a hybrid format, with half of the attendees present onsite in Stockholm and the rest of the participants joining online.
This year, Sigma Technology participated as a sponsor, a speaker, an exhibitor, and an interviewer. Malin Hammarberg, Usability and Accessibility Specialist, took part in the discussion named “Do UX and technical information have the same goals?” where she together with another speaker, examined the relationships between these two areas and whether good UX means having less technical information. In addition, Anna Ekedahl talked about being a UX writer, and Liselotte Shafiee talked about the importance of Topics.
Besides, Sigma Technology filmed a special episode of the Information Talks show with interviews with industry leaders and top minds.