Follow the link to witness our Serious Side. Tech writing has to be dry and boring, correct? Nope. We’ll maintain the technical accuracy and liven things up, too. It’s really best, you know, if everyone can understand what it is you’re trying to say.
With our marketing savvy, we can stretch from your technical tutorials to your news and events page, then head right on over to your blog or social media networks. We’ll find the words that elude you and form them into clever sentences (you’re going to want those sentences to be optimized for search engines as well, aren’t you?). If you’ve got a pretty good rough draft going, we’ll step in and polish it up. Even Dostoevsky needed an editor.
We’ve had some fun at OpenLogic, coming up with content metadata for open source projects; and we’re as irreverent as we can manage (while still being respectful) as we edit serious techno-articles for OpenLogic’s Wazi.
Atricore hired us a while back to update their Web site, and write a little something for their March 2010 Webinar. (We moderated the Webinar, too.) We’ve been writing for them ever since. Here’s more.
At one point, we were on the payroll over at Northrup Grumman (pretty hush-hush stuff) and at Mind Research Network we’ve edited grants and medical/neurological research papers.
If you want your technical writing to be accurate, readable and to stand out – give us a call.