How barcodes could be the technical author’s best new friend

The latest mobile phones in the UK are using barcodes to provide one of the first practical applications of augmented reality. It’s technology that could see barcodes appear on thousands of physical items – something which would open up new opportunities for technical authors providing user assistance for equipment. The advert below shows how it’s… Read more »

User documentation – Does it matter?

It’s very hard to tell how much user documentation matters to people. One completely un-scientific way is by looking at the messages on Twitter, on any given day, that make mention of it. Below are some of the messages posted on Wednesday 4th March 2009 that mention documentation. We’ve omitted those messages that relate to… Read more »

Looking for a Technical Author in London?

Cherryleaf’s clients are often looking to work with a technical author who is based in or near London. From our location near London Heathrow Airport, we’re able to do this. Indeed, our other locations (in Brighton and near Oxford) are also with in commuting distance to the city, as well as the Thames Valley.