Weejot is a new platform for creating browser-delivered mobile Apps. Words for WP was brought on board to provide complete documentation for Weejot. The first phase of the documentation was recently completed, which focused on providing help in the user interface. Future phases include detailed user and developer docs.
I’m a regular contributor to Smashing Magazine. I’ve written extensively on WordPress, including articles about WordPress security, high performance websites, writing documentation, WordPress businesses, Theme design and development, and BuddyPress.
Manage WP required a complete reworking of their user guide. The new guide was completely written by Words for WP to help users to get the most out of Manage WP. Advice was also given on presentation and layout for the new documentation section.
Catalyst wanted a complete website redesign. They approached Words for WP to produce web content. We had a long chat about what Catalyst users love about the framework. I wrote content for the landing pages and sub-pages, maintaining Catalyst’s message of do-it-yourself WordPress.
WP Valet wanted help with launching their new website. I provided consultation on the company’s name, tagline, branding, and tone. I produced content for the entire website, including landing page, about pages and blog content.
Sucuri Security required copy-editing ahead of the launch of their new website. Advice was provided on structure and tone, and copy-editing was performed across the site. A screencast was also produced to demo the service.
UpThemes required some blog articles. They wanted articles that taught users how to use the themes, and how they can make the most out of them. Each week focused on a different theme, with posts around that theme.
Event Espresso required help with producing end user documentation. Tutorials were produced for both the website, and for download with the plugin. A review was carried out of the plugin to improve user interface content.
I worked for 18 months with Incsub, where I wrote documentation for WPMU DEV plugins and themes, plugin readmes, worked with plugin developers on UX and UI, and was a regular regular blogger on WPMU.org.
OntheGoSystems required tutorials and content for their Types and Views plugins, their landing page, and for the WPML plugin. Content produced included tutorials, user guides, web content, and a user manaul Advice was also provided on usability and user experience.