Update: new VMTurbo example (and link to info relating how it is produced) added July 11, 2014.
If you are looking for examples of DITA-produced output, this list is for you.
In my initial survey of Companies Using DITA, I found that while many firms are using DITA XML in their documentation efforts, the majority of firms keep them behind firewalls, and they are only available to clients or customers who have password access. However, there are a few firms that produce publicly-available DITA-based documentation, and I have listed those firms below.
If you are looking for inspiration as to how to format your output, some ideas on how others have handled publishing details, or simply need proof that professional-quality documents can be produced using DITA, you’ll find it here.
|Company||Industry Segment||Sample DITA Output|
|Absolute Data Group||Technical Documentation Solutions, Software|
|Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)||Semiconductors|
|Citrix Systems||Technical Publications|
|Comtech Services||Management Consulting|
|DITA2Go (OmniSystems)||Technical Publications|
|DITADogs||Technical Documentation Solutions|
|DITA Exchange||Computer Software|
|DS SolidWorks||Computer Software|
|Esko *||Information Services|
|Eucalyptus Systems||Computer Software|
|fifthplay||Information Technology and Services|
|Fujitsu Network Communications||Telecommunications|
|International Business Machines (IBM)||Computer Hardware|
|Johnson Controls||Building Management Systems|
|Nomadesk *||Technical Documentation Solutions|
|Pelco by Schneider Electric||Video Security Systems|
|Scripto||Writing and Editing|
|Sophos||Software, Computer Security|
|TooJaded.com||Technical Documentation Solutions|
|University of Ottawa||Higher Education|
* Scripto produced technical documentation solutions on behalf of these companies.
If your company or organization uses DITA XML to produce publicly-available documentation, please email me with the details.