UX stands for user experience. UX content explains all of the interactions a consumer or business has with a product or service. I write in your voice and communicate your mission and value. See website audits below for related services.
A story about how a company or organization came to be. A story about how a superhero gained super powers. Own your narrative!
I write and edit based on the recipient: human HR, AI, event planner, your mom.
Bio stands for biography or short profile. Think speaker bio, author bio.
CV stands for curriculum vitae, which is Latin for "course of life." This is a detailed document of professional and academic history that has no page limit.
Resume stands for résumé, which is the French word for summary. This should be a one-to-two page summary of professional and academic history.
Line-by-line edits tighten structure, sharpen language, and ensure each sentence is as effective as it can be.
A memorial commemorates and preserves memories of a loved one, business founder, community volunteer. They can involve research or interviews and are not the same as an obituary.
Even professional writers need proofreaders to correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.
Research industry trends, hot-button issues, or that subject you need to know about asap. Fact check and properly cite sources.
Identify issues in technological continuity: apps not syncing, vendor-client communication translations.
Identify content and design issues. Content: Communicate what and why in seconds, because that's all the time you've got to hook a visitor, customer, donor. Design: I built my first site 20 years ago and can recommend or implement refreshes and fixes.
A white paper helps readers understand an issue, solve a problem, or make a decision. Done right, they generate additional content at no extra cost and help boost visitor traffic, subscriptions.
Bio: Jane French is a freelance writer, caregiver, and advocate for low-income seniors. In 2020, her creative writing was published in Atlas + Alice Literary Magazine, The Daily Drunk Mag, and Creative Nonfiction's tiny truths. Since the pandemic shutdowns began, Jane taught herself how to make drywall spackle, repair ceiling tiles and carpeting, and cut her own hair.
Please visit Published for creative and business pieces. Creative writing drafts, stories she's too shy to submit, and beloved rejections reside in notebooks and file folders.
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