The proof in the pudding

Or my portfolio, if you prefer. Whimsical wordplay isn’t for everyone, nor is it appropriate for every situation. Rest assured that I am very skilled at – and enjoy the variety and challenge of – adopting a tone that meets the need, speaks to the audience and represents the client.

Stephanie took time to ask about and understand my style of writing and I was very impressed by her ability in her writing to adopt my tone of voice, to the extent that I was largely unable to distinguish what she had written from my own words.

Donald H Taylor

Brilliantly-written content, for and about online learning

I’ve delivered engaging, effective online and audio-based learning to employees of clients as varied as KPMG, BT, Boots, TfL and more.

Since 2017 I’ve been a regular contributor writing about online learning for the Elucidat blog, and my articles have also been published on the Spicy Learning Blog, in Inside Learning Technologies magazine, and as part of the Saffron Advance programme.

Case study: The 101 Suite, GoodPractice

Since 2018 I’ve been working with GoodPractice on The 101 Suite, initially as learning designer and later as product manager. This “management elearning suite with a twist” has been both interesting and enjoyable to work on, covering everything from Coaching to Credibility, from Recruitment to Leadership, and from Decision-Making to Networking.

I commissioned Stephanie to collaborate with me on a suite of leadership and management digital learning resources. I was so impressed by her work on these that, when I needed to produce a further batch, I engaged her as product manager. Stephanie is both creative and methodical, which is (I have discovered) a very rare combination. She is very dedicated, has great ideas, and is a fantastic writer.

James McLuckie (Learning & Performance Solutions Director, GoodPractice)

One of my favourite parts of this project has been scripting the hard-working poems that introduce each topic – they have to entice and inform, lend themselves to being animated, and work well as a poem read aloud. A challenge I’ve relished! Take a look at one I scripted below.

Shared from the GoodPractice YouTube channel
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