The company was Victorian in origin, having formed its own in-house enterprise computing business sector to feed input to initiate flow of goods, track flow of goods, and show sales by product by month. It was a behemoth when I got there, and so old there were no longer viable instructions for use.
It had been my dream to produce something tangible that could really be of daily reference to users of this ubiquitous yet obtuse tool.
And I was granted this opportunity to create a department centerpoint website as a portal to all the sets of instructions I was able to compose and demonstrate to the groups affected.
The day was often spent simply designing interface and gathering information and passing ideas around peer groups. The most enjoyable part of the job was being given the reign to bring my vision to reality from my initial categorization of instruction sets to the style, voice, and linear presentation of the instructions (tested and approved by programmers and users).
Autonomy of priorities and content design
Limited technology with which to work