The July 2013 edition of tcworld magazine contains an interview with Cherryleaf’s Ellis Pratt on technical communication and social media. The magazine also includes an article by Sarah Maddox (now at Google) on how technical communicators can use Twitter in technical communication. We’re not certain when/if the online version will be uploaded to the tcworld… Read more »
The Society for Technical Communication, the professional body for technical communicators in the USA, is introducing a number of specially selected guest bloggers to its official blog. The first guest blogger is, we’re pleased to say, Cherryleaf’s Director of Sales and Marketing, Ellis Pratt. These posts, called “Letter from the UK”, will explore what’s happening for technical… Read more »
We’ve unveiled our new logo for Cherryleaf today. Here it is: It was developed by Dominic Negus Design, whose previous brand identity clients include Blue Circle, British Airways Cargo, The Rank Organisation and The Royal Opera House. Why have we changed our logo? Our previous logo was designed to be right justified, and we were… Read more »
In this month’s edition (confusingly dated January 2013) of PC Pro magazine, Stuart Andrews explores the role of technical writer, the person behind technical documentation. In the short article, he interviews Ginny Critcher, Director at Cherryleaf, who explains the highs and lows of working as a Technical Author.
The more sharp eyed visitors to the Cherryleaf Web site may have noticed our company logo has almost disappeared off the site. That’s because we have just signed off on a new logo that will be revealed shortly. This gives the opportunity for a little bit of fun – can you guess what our new… Read more »