Print Writing and Design
Web development includes writing and design for online audiences and the information I have written, compiled, designed, etc. for the web is included under the Web Development section.
These days, almost everything created in print is offered online as well. If available, the print materials listed below include a link to an online PDF file so that you can view them.
Ongoing technical editing services for the National Information Standards Organization.
Various BRDI brochures, newsletters, reports, flyers, announcements, and other materials. However, all of BRDI's materials are provided online and most of our designed materials are provided in digital format, while only a few of our materials are still offered in print.
An International Workshop: Creating the Information Commons for e-Science: Toward Institutional Policies and Guidelines for Action, Paris, France, 1-2 September 2005
CODATA 2004: 19th International CODATA Conference, Berlin, Germany, November 2004
2002: 18th International CODATA Conference, Montreal, Canada, 29 September - 3 October, 2002
2000: 17th International CODATA Conference, Baveno, Italy, 15-19 October 2000
From 1984-2000, I worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). While there, I served in a number of roles. Initially, I was an Editorial Assistant in the development of the NIST Calibrations and NIST Standard Reference Materials catalogs. Because this was before desktop publishing, I learned how to paste galleys, proofread, and perform other editorial tasks as assigned, including meeting with Government Printing Office staff to review galley proofs and resolve issues. I was also frequently asked to design PowerPoint presentations for high level personnel at NIST, including presentations to be given before Congress.
Around the year 1989 until the end of 2000, I worked in the Standard Reference Data Program and brought my writing and design skills to their PowerPoint presentations, flyers, brochures, catalogs, database user manuals, help sessions, and more. I developed the layout for all of the Standard Reference Data databases. One example of the many database user guides I helped to develop is here: http://www.nist.gov/srd/upload/STEAM30-2.pdf.
And here are some general writing and design projects I have worked on:
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