|Full name||Steve Cotterell|
All services and equipment designed to assist deaf and hard of hearing people Telephony for the deaf
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing|
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
Deaf - not stupid
|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||01-03-2018 18:22|
I'm a freelance journalist, experienced in writing software reviews, case studies & news items as well as material of a more general nature. I've written for PC Magazine, PC Pro, PC Advisor, What PC, PC World, PCLan, IT Week, PC Week, BIOS online publication, Unplugged, S & N Agenda, LinuxUser, Mobile Choice, the CD-ROM UG magazine, the national and local press and have appeared on BBC TV. I write for, and am Technical Editor of, Project Manager Today magazine and I've undertaken commissions for case studies and other work from PR agencies and software companies. I've been engaged on a consultancy basis by Project Management software publishers and mobile phone accessory manufacturers. I have been described (by Geoff Reiss - himself a well-known author and guru in the project and programme management world) as 'Europe's leading specialist journalist in project management'. I am now concentrating on managing the "Deaf - not stupid" Facebook page and web site. Using these media I review services and equipment designed to enhance the lives of people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Full CV and other information about me may be seen on my web site.