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How do we present technical content that is easy to understand?

Oftentimes we see a number of poorly documented architecture & IT system artefacts that have the following characteristics:

  • Hard to understand with masses of detail

  • Very technical with strange IT acronyms

  • Spider web or Spaghetti of links everywhere

  • Non standard notation

  • Visually unappealing and just plain boring

  • Technically very complicated & hard to understand

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Why is this so difficult?

We find that technical staff understand the details of the IT landscape but often have great difficulty in conveying this information in a format that can be understood by those unfamiliar with with the content.  Of most importance, how do you gain understanding & support from senior business stakeholders when they are immediately alienated by the content before them?

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Confusing information
Boring road map
Why are Smarter Vision any different?

A key advantage in working with Smarter Vision is that our staff have broad, in depth technical knowledge for discussing with subject matter experts, combined with commercial experience in graphic design & marketing for presenting at board level.  We have a keen eye for both what looks visually pleasing and is easy to digest & comprehend for a wide range of stakeholders.  We will take inputs from your team in order to provide outputs in a style that works best for your organisation.

In our experience this is quite a rare mix of skills and one that is greatly valued by our clients.

If you have a technical artefact that perhaps needs validating, or sprucing up to appeal to a wider audience, then we would be delighted to assist. 

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