Technobunnies define their technical writing as the art of communicating a complex topic to a wider audience. This is a core need of many businesses. Our writing team can research, analyse data and report on a wide variety of topics.

The writing process is broken into 3 parts with no one person filling more than one role:

writing > editing > proofing

Writing

Communicating the reports, providing technical writing, interpreting analyses or conducting research requires a keen focus on the intended outcome of the project. In addition to this, a firm understanding of the audience is paramount. The project manager assigned to a client’s project is responsible for both of these aspects.

Initial stages of technical writing may involve research, data analyses or interviews with Subject Matter Experts (SME). Alternatively, a client may provide work that has already been started which requires review by one or more of the team.

Editing and Proofing

For a full-service, the writer on any project does not then act as editor or proof. It is this process that ensures Technobunnies’ high standard. The more intelligent minds that pass over the work, the less chance that some error or inconsistency in style will slip through. It is vital that the editor understand the specifications to the same level as the writer. The final proof, however, is about those little snags that can creep past spell checks and grammar checks. Our proofreader is our goalie, that last line of defense who does not let a shot through.

Technobunnies also provides a subject matter expert editing service.

Example Technical Writing

Technical White Paper (email to request password)

Report Writing for TEDI

Report Writing for UCT careers service

Article Writing (Long form Blockchain, short form Trenching)

Report Writing for the British Council

Academic Editing:

Technical Writing Example of Academic Editing
Editing prior to submission of an academic paper

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