Jargon is, for all intents and purposes, unavoidable in technical writing. At some point, you’re going to have to use a technical term, no matter how hard you try to keep the language simple. That doesn’t mean you just throw your hands up and allow your technical documents to turn into an impossible-to-read mess of strange words, though. Instead, you work to minimize it.
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Technical writing, contrary to what some people may think, isn’t just concerned with writing about computers and electronics. Instead, it’s a catch-all term that covers a variety of writing performed on any technical topic.
When composing technical documents, it’s important to put the reader as a primary consideration. There’s no use extolling on any aspect of a topic or product, after all, if those who need to learn it can’t understand anything you’re talking about.