We all take pictures of our screen from time to time because it is often the fastest way to show and explain something. And, this is one thing. But, when making screenshots is part of your working process – this is a totally different thing.
Screenshots are essential for almost any documentation as they can be of great help for users providing quick visual solution. Nobody wants to read a lot of text, this is just torturous. And, on the other hand – nobody wants to write it either. Why spend so much time describing a process that can fit in a couple of screenshots?
But in reality you have to think about many things when making screenshots – image size, image quality, information privacy, text readability…
The main idea behind this post is to show you how to create great informative screenshots that will save you and your readers a lot of time and learning efforts.
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