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Linda Groeneveld - Freelance Book Illustration & Animal Illustration
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Leiderdorp, Zuid, Netherlands

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ArtfulDocuments - Freelance Technical Writing & Manual Writing
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A successful implementation can hinge on the availability of complete, concise, and accurate end-user documentation. I am a technical writer and editor with fourteen years of diverse experience in documenting hardware and software products. I have authored user manuals, online help, quick reference cards, system diagrams, courseware guides, and many other electronic and paper-based documentation products. Strengths: • Capturing and synthesizing information from engineering documents, application prototypes, and interviews with development team, trainers, and product management • Identifying end-users’ requirements and devising effective and appropriate documentation strategies • Transforming complex technical information into accurate, customer-oriented documents • Adapting quickly to changing specifications and schedules • Working independently with little or no supervision • Juggling multiple requests and competing projects
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