Better technical content fuels better business results. The 2022 Adobe Technical Communication Survey heard from more than 700 technical writers and content strategists across dozens of industries. Learn how your peers are approaching trends and defining priorities to create quality technical content.
Modernize technical content with a robust and powerful authoring and publishing solution. Adobe FrameMaker is the reliable, market-leading choice for creating intelligent, immersive and multilingual technical content, and publishing it to PDF, HTML5 and other evolving delivery channels.
Easily create and update long, complex structured and unstructured content in a single, powerful authoring environment. Produce engaging documentation efficiently by leveraging the intuitive navigation and WYSIWYG views, and tools for inserting rich media in a template-based environment.
Generate best-in-class WYSIWYG PDFs. Leverage out-of-the-box capabilities for multichannel publishing, import responsive HTML5, EPUB, Kindle and more. Schedule publishing tasks faster with automated workflows.
Engage global audience with out-of-the-box translation support using XLIFF. Ensure greater content accessibility with 508-compliant PDFs for desktop and mobile.
Simplify collaboration with online review via Adobe Acrobat*. Maximize content reuse across documents, and smoothly import legacy content into structured and unstructured formats. Author content once and publish across multiple channels. Take advantage of templates, content migration framework, and publishing automation to deliver content faster.
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“HOMAG chose Adobe FrameMaker for DITA authoring because we could customize it to work seamlessly with SAP ERP. We had been looking at FrameMaker for close to 20 years but didn’t have an opportunity to move off Microsoft Word until now.”
“Using a single source of unstructured content, Ciena’s document team could lose a full day per 200-page manual fixing formatting errors. These issues don’t arise now that we’re authoring in DITA with the new release of Adobe FrameMaker.”