Mark Baker has published a new book called Structured Writing: Rhetoric and Process. It is probably the most important book on technical communication since Anne Gentle’s Docs Like Code. In this post, we’ll look at what the book covers. We’ll also include quotations from Mark’s book and his website. About the book The book provides an overview… Read more »
Tag: technical communications
In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we look at using sequential art/comics/graphic novels in business. We discuss: What is a comic? Examples of comics used in a business context Why use a comic? Tools and resources you can use if you have no drawing skills How to structure the story Links: Google on Google Chrome… Read more »
From the Cherryleaf Podcast: We ask, should marketing and technical communiations be unified?
Here are the dates for our next advanced technical writing & new trends course: The next public classroom course will be held on 28th January 2016, at our training centre in central London (SW7). A live Web course, for delegates based outside the UK, will be held on 6 & 7 January 2016 (2 x 3… Read more »
The Quirker website has spotted that someone at Apple has subtly inserted a “Rickroll” into the Apple Watch documentation. Can you see it in the image below?