“Having read the book there was a lot of repeat knowledge but talking about it helped provide more context and showed me more ways it could apply to my work. Nigel was an outstanding instructor. Excellent mix of leading, sharing and keeping the course interesting and engaging.
Read the book and heard the course was happening. Flew across the ocean to attend!”
“Highly enjoyable and informative. Lots of practical advice and techniques to use in the real world.”
“Really excellent course. Hinrich was very clear, easy to listen to an understand and had a great sense of humour. The course reassured us that what we’ve been doing with our website is the right thing but also gave me ideas to take back and use in the future.”
“Excellent course and teacher. Enjoyable. I feel I have got lots more tools and techniques in my content toolkit. The interaction was just right, it was a friendly, relaxed atmosphere which is what you need when trying to learn.”
“This is exactly what I needed / wanted. Thank you so much.”
“BRILLIANT. Engaging and practical course – so much to take back and help my team.”
Writing for the web course
Emily, Youth Justice Legal Centre
Simon Hogg, Managing Editor, Shelter
Two day content course
Chris Butterworth, Saga
Gordon McKie, Hilton
Ali Straker, Red Cross
Persis Howe, Content Community Manager, Government Digital Service
Harry Dozier, Scottish Government
Easy to read and understand. Applicable to my job.
I think you re-wrote the rules for creating a book about user-centered content.
A great introduction to writing and wrangling content for the web. It provides good strategies for defining the problem, and doing discovery and user research. It makes it clear that a whole lot of work needs to happen before you get down to tackling the words on the screen. But it gives some good advice for web writing too. And because this work happens in teams, it also discusses collaboration throughout the process. I’m a web content writer and editor, and this has become an important part of my professional library.”