As a Creative, the thought of sharing your techniques conjures up images of spending days (and nights) slaving over a word processor. Join us tonight and we’ll show you how you can simplify the process.

Date and Time

16 September 2010, 20:00 – 21:30 BST


Elaine Giles


If you’re anything like me, you prefer to spend your time being creative rather than documenting the processes that got you there – and, based on the attendance at tonight’s event, it appears that there are many of you out there just like me!

Elaine took up the challenge of “Documenting her Creativity – Fast” and passed with flying colours. Of course this was helped by the fact that she was using ScreenSteps. ScreenSteps, to quote their website, is “the fastest and simplest way to create visual documentation” – and it’s cross-platform so it works on Windows and a Mac!

Elaine took us through all the key features including how the Library works, how to make best use of Tags and how to capture and annotate images. She then explained and demonstrated how ScreenSteps can help teams to collaborate a lot more efficiently, especially when they are working in multi-platform environments. The individual lessons that she created were pulled together into a single manual.

Available From: http://screensteps.com
Platform: Mac and Windows
Price: Standard – $39.95 for a single licence
Price: Pro – $79.95 for a single licence
Comparison: Standard v Pro

Review by Mike Thomas