Things I’d Love to Help With
User-Centered Strategy & Development
- Reviewing documentation writing, organization, and workflows for opportunities to help people learn.
- Optimizing SEO, performance, and accessibility for end user experience.
- Writing your careers section to convey your organization’s actual culture and opportunities.
- Making sure your contributing guidelines are clear and inviting.
- Naming or explaining that one thing.
- Finding every published “Github” and changing it to “GitHub”.
- Taking inventory of your tech stack to document and evaluate it against your goals and team composition.
- Improving your team’s Notion or Confluence docs.
- Reducing small to medium project infrastructure costs.
- Translating static style guides into living design frameworks to encourage adoption and evolution.
- Upgrading your monolithic CMS and building a headless front end.
- Building custom integrations to share data, improve user experience, and increase insight.
- Introducing GitHub Actions to help monitor and improve the quality of your code, writing, and site performance.
Things Not to Hire Me For
Because a bad fit wastes your time and mine.
- WordPress development.
- Highly specialized SEO or AdWords consulting, as opposed to broader site health and optimization.
- Banners, popups, or ads that don’t put the end user’s interests first.
- An urgent fire drill to kick off the relationship.
- Working around things that are wildly insecure or out of date.