Communicates Technical information in a manner that non-technical audiences can understand and internalize. Using humor and problem solving skills applied to communication. Looking for novel methods to communicate seemingly mundane material.
Technology, Including: Information Technology, Interactivity, Artificial Intelligence. Business including: Business Strategies and analysis.Novel business concepts and the voracity of their business models. Automotive Technology, including Racing Technology. History of Technology and unanticipated consequences. Technology in Media. Any Transformative Technology.
Newspaper and magazine writing and editing, publishing business.
Ed has spent the last 10 years writing material for use by his full-time employer on its web sites and in its communication to staff, customers and prospects. This included several pieces per week, and skewed toward sales enablement.
Regular blogger on auto racing and automotive technology topics, especially where the interests of business and racing mix.
For the last 10 years Ed has written more than 100 blog posts about use of technology in education as part of his full-time job.
All pieces were generated for full-time employer. Posts were thought-leadership blogs aimed at Educators and other Education Professionals.
All presentations were for full-time employer. Some were customer-facing, and others (the majority) were for internal staff development and training.
Brochure describing and promoting the sale of Education Technology Assessments to Schools. Customer-facing with graphics, the final product assembled with In-Design template using stock images that were in the company-owned library and some graphics that were commissioned based on the content. Also generated all the internal documentation for this solution as well as instructions on fulfillment.