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The Only Rules for Writing You Need to Know

There are three rules for writing. Continue reading

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March 10, 2015 · 2:20 pm

Writing: How to Make It Quick and (Relatively) Painless

Your interview went well, your technology came through, and you have an audio recording of the interview, most likely someplace on your computer. Now you have the fun job of sifting through all of that information and starting to put it into some sort of coherent shape. So where do you start? Continue reading

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Part One: Case Study Breakdown, Paragraph by Paragraph

Even if you understand basic case study structure, there are still all of those pesky sentences you need to fill in. The customer will do a lot of it for you, with the quotes that you have artfully arranged, but there’s still a lot of information you need to wrestle into the right spots. Continue reading

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Part Two: Case Study Breakdown, Paragraph by Paragraph

Don’t worry, we’re halfway there. Next up, the Solution section. Continue reading

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The Future Section, and Making It All Come Together

As I explained previously, this section is a nice to have, but not a requirement. Continue reading

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