Cherryleaf’s Ellis Pratt will be speaking at Technical Communication UK 2015, which will be held between 29th September and 1st October 2015, in Glasgow. Ellis will be speaking twice, about: Creating an academic course in technical communication, and Help in the User Interface – a case study in first user interaction and embedded Help formats. If you’re… Read more »
Category: Technical Authors
We thought it would be useful to reflect on our plans for topics and courses in technical communications. In the past, some of the best suggestions have come from customers and prospects; it’s great to pick up useful ideas from others. Today, you’ll find classroom or elearning training courses in: Technical writing (Technical Author/Technical writing Basic/Intermediate and Advanced technical writing… Read more »
Just to let you know our next Trends in Technical Communication Course – Advanced Technical Writing Techniques course will be held on Wednesday 29th April 2015, near The Science Museum in central London.
We’re planning to carry out a number of videoed interviews with a range of Technical Authors this week. This is to help promote the profession. We’ll be asking questions such as what their role is inside their companies, and how they became a Technical Author. The videos will be uploaded to the YouTube Channel for the Institute of… Read more »
The quotation in the title is from Roger Hart’s presentation at last week’s TCUK14 conference. Roger is a product marketing manager who spent a few years as a Technical Author. In his presentation, Collateral damage: do marketing and tech comms have to fight when users get informed?, he explained some of the most powerful marketing content today is… Read more »