Here is a list of the upcoming Cherryleaf presentations and events: 21 May 2012 “What Should Technical Communicators Do When Products Just Work?” STC Summit, Chicago What is the future for Technical Communicators when many organisations believe products are getting easier and they don’t need to spend so much on user documentation? We’ll look at whether the traditional… Read more »
Here is some news on the first talk in our ‘Trends in Technical Documentation’ series. We now have two speakers: Adrian Warman of IBM UK’s User Technologies team and Ellis Pratt of Cherryleaf. What will be the future for Technical Communicators if everything ‘just works’? As part of this exploration, we will consider current technology trends… Read more »
Ellis has been asked to provide the keynote presentation at Technical Communications 2011, which is being held Tuesday-Thursday this week. The original presenter is unable to attend, so the ISTC has asked Ellis if he could step in and present on topic – “The role of Technical Communicators today”. The conference presentations will be videoed.
Nancy Duarte presented a talk on the hidden structure that the greatest communicators and persuaders have used over thousands of years: She argues effective presenters move from “What is” to “What Could be” during their speech: The effect is that changes happens – ideas get adopted. It’s easier to see it working in training documentation,… Read more »
Ellis Pratt of Cherryleaf and Malcolm Tullett of Risk and Safety Plus Ltd will be presenting a short case study on “Using Confluence for generating field reports” at the 19 April 2011 meeting of the London Atlassian User Group. The meeting is being held at The National Archives in Kew, Richmond. It’s free to attend… Read more »