Web Site Services
We have the tools and skills to make all of the documents
for your business communications sound professional. When editing or writing
content for a project, we always use our graphic design and desktop
publishing skills to make sure that your content "looks" as professional as
We can satisfy your technical editing needs from a
variety of original formats, including HTML, PDF, Microsoft Word,
Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, or Microsoft
Access. We can
help you compile, edit, organize, and/or proofread the content for any of the following
documents and more.
||Knowledge bases. Knowledge bases are large
databases of information composed of small articles. They are often used
for technical support or other reference purposes.
||Catalogs (both printed or web-based). Catalogs contain a complete listing of
items arranged systematically with descriptive details. Typical uses of
a catalog are to list products or services such as items for sale or
||Newsletters. A newsletter is a small publication
containing news of interest chiefly to a special group. Newsletters are a great way to keep in touch with your contacts.
||Brochures. Brochures contains descriptive or
advertising material and are typically distributed to promote your
product or service. Brochures are often called pamphlets.
||Training materials or courses. The purpose of
training materials or courses is to teach a particular subject. We can
help you with your online, CD-ROM based, or in-person training needs
including PowerPoint presentations and course books.
||Product demonstrations. Product demonstrations
show the nature and usage of a particular item. Using a PowerPoint
presentation is a common method.
||Business plans. Business plans describe the
nature of your business in a very organized and methodical manner. They
often require summaries in addition to detailed material.
||White papers and journal articles. A white paper is a detailed,
authoritative report. The government and technical companies often use
white papers or journal articles, instead of brochures, to promote a product, as they
contain more technical information such as the results of studies or
details on the development of the product.
||Resumes. A resumes, also called a curriculum
vitae, is a short account of one's career and qualifications. Since you
usually prepare a resume when you are hoping for a new job, you want
your resume to present you as a professional.