OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2017

Recipient: Charles Kostelnick
Title: The Re-Emergence of Emotional Appeals in Interactive Data Visualization
Issue: May 2016

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLES OF 2017

Recipient: Rebecca Walton, Robin E. Mays, and Mark Haselkorn
Title: Enacting Humanitarian Culture: How Technical Communication Facilitates Successful Humanitarian Work
Issue: May 2016

Recipient: Carlos Evia and Michael Priestley
Title: Structured Authoring without XML: Evaluating Lightweight DITA for Technical Communication
Issue: February 2016

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2016

Recipient: Petra Ten Hove and Hans Van Der Meij
Title: Like It or Not: What Characterizes YouTube’s More Popular Instructional Videos?
Issue: February 2015

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2015

Recipient: Leo R. Lentz, Henk L.W. Pander Maat, and Ted J.M. Sanders
Title: Towards Evidence-Based Writing Decisions: The Knowledge Base Comprehensible Text
Issue: February 2014

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2015

Recipient: Saul Carliner, Adnan Qayyum, and Juan Carlos Sanchez-Lozano
Title: What Measures of Productivity and Effectiveness Do Technical Communication Managers Track and Report?
Issue: May 2014

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2014

Recipient: Lisa Meloncon and Sally Henschel
Title: Current State of U.S. Undergraduate Degree Programs in Technical and Professional Communication
Issue: February 2013

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2014

Recipient: Hans van der Meij and Jan van der Meij
Title: Eight Guidelines for the Design of Instructional Videos for Software Training
Issue: August 2013

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2013

Recipient: Lisa Meloncon and Sally Henschel
Title: Current State of U.S. Undergraduate Degree Programs in Technical and Professional Communication
Issue: February 2013

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2013

Recipient: Hans van der Meij and Jan van der Meij
Title: Eight Guidelines for the Design of Instructional Videos for Software Training
Issue: August 2013

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2012

Recipient: Hanna Jochmann-Mannak, Leo Lentz, Theo Huibers, and Ted Sanders
Title: Three Types of Children’s Informational Web Sites: An Inventory of Design Conventions
Issue: November 2012

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2012

Recipient: Saul Carliner
Title: Using Business Models to Describe Technical Communication Groups
Issue: May 2012

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2012

Recipient: Jason Swarts
Title: New Modes of Help: Best Practices for Instructional Video
Issue: August 2012

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2011

Recipient: Henk Pander Maat and Leo Lentz
Title: Using Sorting Data to Evaluate Text Structure: An Evidence-based Proposal for Restructuring Patient Information Leaflets
Issue: August 2011

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2011

Recipient: Luc Desnoyers
Title: Toward a Taxonomy of Visuals in Science Communication
Issue: May 2011

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2010

Recipient: Tatiana Batova
Title: Writing for the Participants of International Clinical Trials: Law, Ethics, and Culture
Issue: August 2010

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2010

Recipient: Nicole St. Germain-McDaniel
Title: Technical Communication in the Health Fields: Executive Order 13166 and its Impact on Translation and Localization
Issue: August 2010

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2010

Recipients: Lisa Meloncon, Erin Haynes, Megan Varelmann, and Lisa Groh
Title: Building a Playground: General Guidelines for Creating Educational Web Sites for Children
Issue: November 2010

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2009

Recipient: Han Yu
Title: Putting China’s Technical Communication into Historical Context: A Look at the Chinese Culinary Instruction Genre
Issue: May 2009

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLE OF 2009

Recipient: Nicole St. Germain-Madison
Title: Localizing Medical Information for U.S. Spanish-Speakers: The CDC Campaign to Increase Public Awareness About HPV
Issue: August 2009

OUTSTANDING ARTICLE OF 2008

Recipient: Roger Munger
Title: Green Printing: A Guide to Environmentally Responsible Printing
Issue: February 2008

DISTINGUISHED ARTICLES OF 2008

Recipient: Tiffany Craft Portewig
Title: The Role of Rhetorical Invention for Visuals: A Qualitative Study of Technical ommunicators in the Workplace
Issue: November 2008

Recipients: Marieke Welle Donker-Kuijer, Menno De Jong, and Leo Lentz
Title: Heuristic WebSite Evaluation: Exploring the Effects of Guidelines on Experts’ Detection of Usability Problems
Issue: November 2008

Recipient: Lynne Cooke
Title: How Do Users Search Web Home Pages? An Eye-Tracking Study of Multiple Navigation Menus
Issue: May 2008