Webinar: Planning User Documentation When You Are a Startup Business

In conjunction with The Society for Technical Communication, we’ll be presenting the webinar Planning User Documentation When You Are a Startup Business on Tuesday, 19th February.

In this presentation, we’ll look at how to plan a user documentation project when you’re working for a startup technology company. Working in this environment gives you the opportunity to work “from a clean sheet,” but it also has its own challenges of working in a dynamic and rapidly changing environment.
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Webinar – Planning user documentation when you’re a startup business

We’re currently working on 40 minute webinar on:

  • Planning user documentation when you’re a startup business

If you have any questions on this topic, you can email these to us prior to the event. We’ll do our best to make sure we address them in the webinar.

Send us an email with your question

Details on the date for this webinar will be published in the Events section of the Cherryleaf Web site.

 

We’re planning to host some webinars. Which topics would you like us to cover?

We’re planning to host some more webinars in the upcoming weeks and months, relating to assisting users and staff, technical communication and developing content.

Which topic(s) would you like us to cover? Please let us know.

Here is a list of our most recent webinars:

We will be presenting a webinar, hosted by MadCap Software, on 14 November 2012:

“Recruiting a Technical Author” webinar recording is now available

The recording of our webinar “Recruiting a Technical Author” is now available for everyone who registered for its live presentation yesterday. It is also available to any organisation that uses Cherryleaf’s recruitment services for hiring a technical author.

This twenty minute presentation covers:

  • What are the key skills to look for in a Technical Author?
  • What are the key personality traits in successful Technical Authors?
  • What is the salary range you should offer?
  • Where do you find good candidates?