When I worked at BioScience Writers, I wrote articles to help researchers improve their scientific manuscripts and build rapport with potential clients.
I wrote the articles in Microsoft Word, and our web developer published them in HTML on the company website. All of the articles I wrote were reviewed and edited by my wonderful colleagues at the company.
Some of the articles grew out of common issues that my coworkers and I noticed as we reviewed and quality-checked 30+ editing orders each week. Here are two examples:
Some of the articles were inspired by questions people asked our company president during her popular scientific writing workshops. For these articles, I used her workshop slides and notes as source material and supplemented with my own research. Here are two examples: