Writing for the web is different than writing for print. Web surfers don't read content — they skim.
Even if you have a big investment in paper publicity material, you should not try to make your web site look like your slick brochure. Let me help you adapt your content for the web.
Technical writing is different, too. You need to provide clear, concise, and accurate instructions for users to succeed.
I have been producing increasingly more polished technical writing for over a decade. Along the way, I have developed a user-friendly and concise writing style that gets the point across.
I can help.
When people read my instructions, they often say things like "Wow, that made the light go on -- thanks!" or "It's easy when you know how..." .
I don't use words when a clear, well-annotated picture will do the job. Conversely, I don't use obscure diagrams when a well-drafted list of instructions leads the reader to a successful outcome.
The old expression "use the right tool for the job" is in my blood.
Technical writing projects need resources to succeed. You need all of the following things:
I can help you at any level in your project.