Have the Help and onboarding content written for you, simply and efficiently
Keep your customers happy with online Help that provides the right answer to their questions, every time.
Cherryleaf helps you provide documentation that gets people using your product or service
Don’t worry if you don’t have the time or skills to write it in-house. Cherryleaf’s Technical Authors can write online Help, onboarding screens, embedded Help, UI text, or a knowledge base, for your product or service.
We’ll create these for you, simply and efficiently, and within an agreed schedule and budget. We have experience of working with companies both big and small. This means you’ll keep your software project schedule and costs on track.
Writing UX microcopy, UI text and Embedded Help
UX microcopy, UI text and Embedded Help places the Help information in the application screens. The user doesn’t need to leave the current screen to find the answer to their questions. We write the Help in text or Markdown format, which is then compiled with the application code files.
Writing online (web) Help pages and knowledge bases
We mean Help that’s delivered as a set of HTML files. These can be in a knowledge base, a Help section, or linked to your support ticket system. This type of Help is used for Software as a Service, other web-based applications, and mobile apps. It can also be used for desktop applications.
Developing onboarding screens and walkthroughs
Onboarding screens introduce the application to the user, and demonstrate what the product does. Cherryleaf can help you create your onboarding screens – getting the content and the design right for your product and your audience.
Creating compiled CHM Help
Compiled Help is used for Windows applications. The Help page files are compressed and deployed in a binary format single file.
We can also create print versions in PDF, Word, or another printed formats
Online Help examples
Online Help portal example
Here is a proof of concept for an online Help portal that deflects calls to the support lines.
Knowledge base example
Here is a proof of concept for a knowledge base that deflects calls to the support lines.
Writing Help files is one of the key things that we do. However:
- We are nearly always under a non-disclosure agreement with our clients.
- The information is sometimes integrated with the software. This means you’d need to buy and install the application if you wanted to see the content. In other cases, the content may be on the web, but behind a firewall.
This means we prefer to understand a little more about your situation, so that we can show you the most appropriate examples. Contact us, and we can do this.
Free 11-point checklist for fixing online Help documentation problems
Get our free 11-point checklist to help you identity some of the common problems with online Help. With it, you’ll find some notes and explanations to help you answer each point on the list.
We’ll also send you links to a video and two of our most popular Help-related episodes from our podcast.
To get the checklist, enter your details into this form.
Have a preferred authoring tool or working method?
We can use a writing process that suits your workflow and technologies. Cherryleaf works with a wide range of authoring tools. We have close links with the leading Help tool vendors. For example: Adobe (makers of RoboHelp) and MadCap Software (makers of Flare). We also work with Markdown-based tools and Microsoft Word.
Need someone to write your online Help or onboarding content?
Complete the contact form below. Don’t worry if you don’t know the answers to all of the questions.
We will contact you to discuss your situation and requirements.
You can always phone or email us, if you prefer.