Freelance Web Design

Technical communication and writing includes a variety of skills. The basic approach of most technical writers is to add to their skills in a manner that is suitable to their career development.

 

Our technical writers have a liberal arts education (art and photography) as well as application and web programming experience. Therefore, it has been easy for them to add web skills to their training curriculum.

 

JavaScript, Dreamweaver, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop, Fireworks, InDesign, Microsoft Office, VISIO, and more.

 

To date, we have been contacted for freelance web design as well as writing a variety of business manuals (on-line help and print) for the company website and personnel. This has been a very interesting experience since old documents and sketches become on-line help or PDF down-loadable documents from their website. The business analysis skills used for technical system and application development are useful for analyzing and organizing the new documents our clients are developing.

 

The old and the new are coming together to build a tomorrow, on the Internet, for many companies.

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Landing Pages

Intechs Landing Page Specification“We have just landed….”

Our clients request landing page documentation as manuals and specifications. Of course, the documentation produced depends on the audience. Landing pages are important to clients because they are responsible for:

  • Leading a potential customer to their website
  • Getting a customer to buy a product or service
  • Promoting sharing of relevent information about a website

It has become a standard online marketing tool for many. After the landing page has been created and tested the analytical data can be used to fine tune, change, or make additions to an existing online marketing strategy or tactic.

For more information about Technical Writing and Landing pages, check out the links below.

Landing Page Vocabulary Blog
WordPress Technical Writing Blog