At Cherryleaf, we’re happy to have 1-1 networking meetings with people and offer some free advice for software companies. As many people prefer to meet in central London, we hold London 1-1 meetings in the Members’ Room of the British Museum. We also use the Engineering Hub at the Institution of Electronics and Technology, next… Read more »
This Autumn, we’ll be in a number of cities around England, meeting up with people involved with content strategy and technical communication. This is a great opportunity to tell us what you’re involved with at the moment, pick our brains, or discover more about our services. You never know – if you have a content-related… Read more »
We’re carrying out an experiment in publishing guides as Kindle ebooks. We’ve updated and uploaded our “Network to get Work” guide, which has been published today on Amazon UK and Amazon.com for £2.12 and $3.45 respectively. There were two primary reasons for doing this. Firstly, we wanted to test how easy it is to publish to… Read more »
Going to the Goodwood Festival of Speed this Friday? If you fancy meeting Cherryleaf there (specifically, our Head of Cherryleaf Training, Ginny Critcher) let us know.
At the Documentation Managers peer group meeting we hosted earlier this week, one manager commented his organisation was aiming to increase the average time for each support call. This was because it believed it could eliminate all the short duration calls – through redesigning the software and better user documentation. What would be left would be… Read more »