|Full name||Nancy Duin|
I have extensive experience working as a freelance copywriter and editor for a large number of television, multimedia and publishing companies and government departments and agencies. In particular, I am a very experienced internet content provider/manager/strategist and information architect, as well as co-creator and tutor of two courses on writing and editing for the web. I am an all-rounder with the ability to tackle just about any subject (except the very academic or esoteric), with particular expertise in popular medicine and history & archaeology. I also work with Sue Davis - web designer and trainer - in a loose partnership called The Thing Itself.
|Editorial work||Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing|
|Last updated||20-03-2015 14:48|
• English Heritage: have written/rewritten 52 pieces for website in celebration of Act that created the listing system.
• Cypres (communications agency in Leuven, Belgium): have given presentations on online content strategy to their staff and to a group of their clients; also blog on their website.
• SJ Berwin: copywriting all 700+ pages of this international law firm's website .
• BeGrand.net ('the website for grandparents'): deputy managing editor of this government-funded website 2009–11.
• Department for International Development (UK government): consultant 2007–09, revamped large section of website and created internal monthly newsletter.
• Channel 4 Television: editorial consultant 1990–2007; editor of the C4 History website 2000–2007.
• BBC: wrote online column and numerous booklets, plus edited a quarterly history magazine.
• British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta): government agency.
• Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE): government agency.
• Demos: think tank.
• Publishing Training Centre: freelance trainer (writing and editing for the web).
I was also internet director of the Society for Editors and Proofreaders, in charge of their website, for 8 years until September 2012.