Spending most of this week taking tree-structured explanations, and generating something approximating a series of paragraphs, then annotating them with cross references like a graph for navigation purposes. The result is persuasive for my target audience. An explanation that they can read and understand and navigated easily is a big deal for demonstration purposes. But I am hating it, because it is technologically trivial. Any tips for getting through the slog of actually doing the thing that is time consuming, valuable, but uninspiring?
Just listened to the magic ink episode of the podcast, and I feel like I'm being a stereotypical programmer, not really caring about how the information is displayed. I intellectually see the value. I just couldn't be arsed.