Should you ever lie or bend the truth in user documentation?

An interesting thread on Twitter from Scott Berkun: I'm increasingly fascinated by this idea. Has anyone seen a designer or organization do something like this? — Scott Berkun (@berkun) October 3, 2019 There are Technical Authors who write “start here”, where there could be more than one place to do it. This is for… Read more »

Podcast 69: TCUK 2019 – The review

This episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast reflects on the main themes contained in the presentations at the Technical Communication UK 2019 conference. This conference is hosted by the Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators. Transcript: Welcome to the latest episode from the Cherryleaf podcast. We’re going to just have a reflection on what happened at the… Read more »

Are you a freelance UI/UX designer?

One of our clients has created some mock UIs (currently 5 screens) for demo/testing of their APIs. They want to add a professional UI/UX look and feel to them. They’ve asked us if we can provide a professional UI/UX designer they could call upon (and provide some pricing). The client is based in central London…. Read more »

Registration is now open for our policies and procedures writing training course

Our next policies and procedures writing training course will be held on Tuesday 29th October 2019 in central London (WC2R). Registration for the next public course is now open, and you can book your place on the course. Spaces are limited, so it’s best to book early. Cherryleaf’s policies and procedures one day course teaches… Read more »