Technical Documentation

The term technical documentation typically refers to documents that describe or explain the handling, functionality, and / or architecture of a product or service and are used for a variety purposes. Technical documentation is written for diverse audiences including sales people, system integrators, installation staff, operators, service technicians, potential investors, and others.

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Technical documentation includes but is by no means limited to:
  • Description of features
  • Item or components / materials specifications
  • Test methods
  • Manufacturing standards
  • System specifications
  • System design
  • System architecture
What I can do for you:
  • Gather necessary information from company SMEs (subject matter experts)
  • Convey highly technical information with clarity and concision
  • Communicate information accurately
  • Tailor the document’s structure and level of detail for the intended audience
  • Appropriately cite sources (as required)
  • Create tables and charts

Get in touch with me at Karen@nimbleink.net, and let’s talk about how I can help.


Writing Samples

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    Product Description, CirCal Aps

    Self Service Me is an intelligent software product that is both automated and intuitive. It provides a simple and fast way for end-users to report printer issues and receive notifications…

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    Features Sheet (excerpt), iWave Software

    The Unified Storage Infrastructure (USI) is the common code base between all EMC OEM platforms. USI 2.0 has a single client API (REST) that facilitates the execution of numerous storage…

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