Our client is looking for a Technical Author to help them create a developer portal that will support the organisations that use their APIs and SDKs. You will help them develop the documentation: API and SDK reference documentation The SDKs are used by their partners to build mobile apps written in Java, Kotlin and Swift… Read more »
We’ve just uploaded a video on “How you could make your Help topics appear at the top of the Search Engines”. It’s about Schema.org/HowTo, which Google is promoting as the way to get instructional content to appear in the snippets box. There is a longer version of this video in Cherryleaf’s Advanced Technical Writing… Read more »
Our client is looking for a Technical Author/UX Content writer to work as part of its User Experience team. The Technical Authors in this team focus on improving the customer journey. To achieve this, they develop contextual Help, web-based Help pages, API guides, and a few PDF documents. Your role will be to work on… Read more »
Our client is looking for contract Technical Authors to work on a large, railway-related project. The work will include documenting: Standard Operating Procedures, maintenance manuals, emergency manuals, troubleshooting manuals, engineering specifications, engineering drawings and parts lists. More information
In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we talk to Alexandra White, a Technical Writer on the Ad Manager team at Google. We discuss conference speaking, and creating compelling multimedia content for technical communication.