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@cherryleaf_tips is a new Twitter account from Cherryleaf that provides technical writing tips and articles relating to technical communication. When you follow @cherryleaf_tips on Twitter, you’ll see a new tip tweeted at 11am GMT each day, over a period of 31 days. The messages then repeat, starting again from the beginning.
In the UK, every building, apart from private single dwellings, needs to be assessed for fire risk every three years. To do this, a fire risk assessor will assess the building and write a report on their findings and recommendations. For offices, these reports can be 30 pages long, and it can take an assessor… Read more »
The main Cherryleaf website has had a makeover. The main changes you’ll notice, at the moment, are to the “look and feel” of the site. Changes to the content will come next. Behind the scenes, we’ve added new functionality for adding job vacancies to the site, which means it will take less time to post… Read more »
Mindtouch has published a report on the Most Influential Technical Communicator Bloggers. Cherryleaf’s blog, managed by Cherryleaf’s Sales and Marketing director Ellis Pratt, comes in at No.5, and is the highest ranking blog located outside of the USA. The purpose of this blog is to explore the value of technical documentation in all its forms. We’re asking… Read more »