Platform lets companies create branded, wiki-style repair manuals

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Repair manuals can often be a source of frustration, fraught with dull content, confusing directions and poor imagery. iFixit, on the other hand, has become well-known in the DIY world for its popular “how-to” style repair guides, and now brands can take the same approach to creating engaging and useful iFixit-style repair manuals of their very own. Launched last month by iFixit itself, Dozuki is essentially the software that iFixit uses to create its own manuals. The platform's “Guidebook” module is designed to make it easy to create how-to instructions or publish service documentation for any complex device, with manuals…

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