Writing and Editing
UT Libraries Presentation and Blog
In my graduate research position at UT Libraries, I presented an informal seminar to library Web authors about how to write for the Web. I re-purposed the presentation into a short post for my team's blog: Writing for the Web.
Habitat for Humanity Web Content
I edited nearly all copy on Habitat.org, including homepage features and e-newsletters. Some pages, such as the History of Habitat Photo Timeline, required heavy editing and re-writing. For the Timeline pages, I also had to choose and edit corresponding photos.
I also wrote homepage feature guidelines for the organization. This document, created with the graphic designer, was the official guide for homepage feature content: Homepage Standards (PDF 782 KB).
Centers for Disease Control Web Content
While developing pages for The Centers for Disease Control's Adolescent and School Health Web site, I thoroughly edited the copy that scientists and subject matter experts gave me before it was published. I also edited specific pages and sections of the site, such as Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, Funded Partners, and For Funded Partners.