A technical writer is a professional writer who produces technical documentation that helps people understand and use a product or service.[1] This documentation includes online help, manuals (system, end-user, training), white papers, design specifications, project plans, test plans, business correspondence, etc. With the rise of e-learning, technical writers are also charged with creating online training for their audience of learners. Technical writers explain technologies, processes, and products in many formats, including print, online, and other electronic means.


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Technical WriterConrad FinanceLondon
Delivering all elements of both technical writing (ensuring complex technical information is written in a way that is understandable to non-technical people and…
 


Being a Technical Writer

The idea of being a technical writer through the means of collaboration across platforms seems like an essential writing evolution MoorePWR. Sadly after 5 years of being a freelance senior technical writer, I am leaving UPWORK ODESK. Your new policies just SUCK!.