We’ll be posting two new vacancies to our Web site today – one for a technical author at circa £45,000.
We received this comment on our article “The death of the Technical Author?” Comments: Interesting evaluation of the changing role of the ‘Technical Author’ but I don’t agree with the use of the expression ‘Information Designer’ in the context of “Explaining technical information to a non-technical audience”. The advertising and marketing profession in general provides… Read more »
Shortly after sending out our latest newsletter, we had three new contract and permanent job opportunities confirmed. If you are a technical author looking for work then do take a look at the front page of our Web site www.cherryleaf.com. We have a position for a technical author in Kent a contract opportunity for a… Read more »
Justin Darley of Cherryleaf is to be the guest speaker at an STC UK Chapter event in Cambridge on Wednesday 7th September 2005. Justin will speak about “Using DocBook to Create HTML Help”, and will answer questions after his talk. The event will take place at the offices of ARM, at 5:30pm. For details of… Read more »
Here’s an update on the new Help system that will be shippng with the next version of Windows (Windows Vista). Vista’s Help, and the XML tags in MAML are primarily task-oriented. Presentation is separated from content, so you can maintain a consistent look across programs. The MAML schema is included in the Windows Vista beta,… Read more »