Cherryleaf got a mention in The Independent newspaper this week, when it published an article called iPad: Manual not included. The iPad doesn’t come with instructions – and it’s not the only gadget to do so. Are we losing our curiosity about how technology works?
Cherryleaf is, on this special day, pleased to announce a new service for customers considering offshoring or nearshoring their technical documentation requirements. From our new state-of-the-art offices at Mudeford Sands (see below), you now have a new way of obtaining resource for your projects. It’s known as “sea-shoring”. Once you disembark from the land train,… Read more »
Ellis Pratt, Sales and Marketing Director at Cherryleaf, has been invited to speak at the ISTC Cambridge area group’s meeting at 7pm on Monday 26th April. The presentation is called: “The future for technical writing – learning from other professions”. We’ll look at what the future may hold for technical communicators, and whether we can learn lessons… Read more »
Earlier this week, we had some publicity photos taken at Image1st’s photo studio in central London. We’ll be adding some of them to our Web site in the near future (the ones above are just some we took on the day). Elizabeth, the makeup artist, asked the inevitable question, “so what do you do?” It’s often very… Read more »
Scriptorium Inc has uploaded the “Beyond Documentation” Webinar Ellis delivered back in August 2009. In this session he looked at the future of technical writing and likely changes to the ways in which user assistance is delivered. We asked: Are we moving beyond documents? If so, what does this mean for technical communicators? Part 1:… Read more »