Welcome to My Portfolio.

This a great place to show you (the wonderful future client you are) some of my best work. Now, unfortunately, most of my work is in a downloadable PDF form. Why is this unfortunate? Well, it’s because you cannot see them until you open them. However, I assure you that they are well worth the ten-second (or less) download. So, take a second, relax and enjoy analyzing fruits of my labor. Above each download will be a small description of each file and don’t forget to drop by my LinkedIn page for many more documents then you probably know what to do with.

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EX 1. This is a project I completed for a recent technical communications class. I created twelve Facebook mock-posts for an organization. I chose the Ehlers-Danlos Society (amazing organization!!). This was a fun and fascinating project that really taught me the importance of emotion and passion when creating social media content.

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EX 2. This was my first project with an actual client. In all honesty, I do not approve with many of this blog’s nutrition suggestions, but I wanted this assignment to be a fun challenge. I, actually, had a lot of fun working on it. The PDF is separated into four sections. The sections are the copy-edited draft, memo to professor, draft, letter of transmittal and final draft. Unfortunately, the sections became mixed up when I turned it into a PDF, so I apologize for the confusion.

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Ex 3. This is a real social media proposal I created for the Poly Marketing team at Arizona State University. They loved it so much that they are actually putting my plan into action sometime in June. I am extremely proud of this Proposal and also created a fantastic presentation to go along with it.

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Ex 4. This is a project I did for my Technical Communications for Managers class. This is not so much content strategy and more business writing but I still think it’s one of my better documents.

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Ex 5. This is a Annual Report for a small business called Datacal. This is not a real annual report and the contents and statistics are for the most part fabricated (although the basic information is not). This is a relatively unprofessional annual report for a small business (less then 50 employees), so the language is a little more laid back. The audience is mainly employees, their families, the business partners and companies who buy Datacal’s products.

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Ex 6. This is a info-graphic I created for the Ehlers-Danlos Society. I am very proud of it and really love how clean and efficient it looks. When you click on the link button, it should take you to piktochart’s viewing page.

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