There may be nothing more daunting than being handed an instruction manual, or a how-to guide that's just pages upon pages of words. No matter if you've been handed instructions to take on a complicated task at work, or you're using a user's manual to construct furniture you bought for your house, those long pages of words look overwhelming.
If the task at hand depends on you knowing how to do everything in that how-to guide, you're in for a lot reading, and re-reading. That's not a good use of your time, or your employer's time.
Words are helpful, but they're rarely the best way to convey how to do something. Think about the last time you bought a computer or TV set. Odds are, the instructions were a helpful combination of words, pictures, and arrows. "Put this card in that slot," and so on.
That's the idea behind Clarify, a handy download that makes it simple to create step-by-step instructions that you are easy to follow. They show you precisely what to do, with images, arrows and written instructions.