You are here because you need a writer. Someone who understands that your expertise is your priority, who knows that you don’t have time to write all the things. And perhaps you aren’t quite sure which things to write.
In the discipline of theatre improvisation (and indeed all forms of improv), there is a technique called ‘yes, and’; an actor links a new line onto one that’s just been said, in a demonstration of true empathy. Improvisation demands mastery of listening and ample imagination to take the other actor’s line – and the audience – to the next level. My way of working is to silently slip into clients’ minds and channel their ideas into words that marry with their authenticity, to reach their stakeholders.
On user experience:
“It makes sense to me to be working towards a UX qualification and Master of Digital Marketing certification, because as a writer it is important to understand your customers and their stakeholders, and keep up to date with the ever evolving world of comms. Without both insight and know-how, any words you throw at a product or service will simply ring hollow.”Jane Hardjono – Miss Qwerty
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Jane Hardjono | firstname.lastname@example.org | +64 021 238 3077 | Hillsborough, Christchurch | New Zealand