I spoke at the Congility (=”content agility”) conference, earlier in the week. It was a well run and interesting conference. Here are my post-conference reflections.
We will be presenting “Planning user documentation when you are a startup business” at the Technical Communication UK conference in September. We’ll look at how to plan a user documentation project when you’re working for a startup technology company. Working in this environment gives you the opportunity to work “from a clean sheet,” but it… Read more »
Some of us will be at the MadWorld conference next week, which is being held in San Diego. Cherryleaf’s Sales and Marketing Director, Ellis Pratt, will be speaking on both days of the conference. If you’re going to the conference or will be close by, then you’re welcome to come and say hello. Email us… Read more »
We’ve just been sent the delegate feedback from my presentation at the Technical Communications UK 2012 conference: Ellis Pratt – What does the iPad 3 mean for Technical Authors? Brilliant, very thorough, very comparative, very useful, bit fast through slides – can we have a copy of slides please? … Knows his stuff, makes me want to… Read more »
Technical Communications UK 2012, the conference organised by The Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators, ended last Thursday, and I’ve had a few days to reflect on this event. What was new There was a more of an international feel to the conference this year – there seemed to be more overseas speakers and delegates… Read more »