What Makes Technical Writing Good?
Technical writing suffers most when it’s concerned only with features and functions. For technical writing to be good, it must bridge the gap between your technology and the end-user needs.
Whether user guides, technical specifications, web copy, press releases, award applications, or case studies, I create technically accurate documentation that ensures businesses reaches their target readers.
The material Jason produced was well thought out and explained the workflow logically and clearly. I’d recommend Jason for his exceptional teaching and writing skills.
—Maureen Kulak, Business Analyst, WorkSafeBC
Good writing helps…
- Support Desk personnel have a consistent message
- Sales staff reach customers
- Customers find you
- Everyone benefits fully from your product or service