Hi, I'm looking to connect with a professional writer. I previously worked with another writer who created a bunch of articles for my logo/graphic design blog. The articles are pretty good, but they always have room for improvement.
Overall I tend to strive for:
- Professional (yet personable)
- Easy to Read
To get a feel for my preferred writing style/voice, please check one of the currently published articles here - https://logocoast.com/blog/top-ten-tips-create-tagline/
You will have the freedom to revise the article however you see fit. Feel free to remove/rework sentences or even entire paragraphs, improve grammar, etc. As long as the article is to the point and reads well, that's all that matters.
Below I'm attaching 2 paragraphs from an article I have available. If you'd be willing to provide a quick sample, this is the best way for me to determine who is a great fit for this project. The article is about Gradient Design.
Gradients took the design world by storm in the 90’s, but they still have a place in modern design. Not all designs will look great with gradient design, however, using gradients can be a great way to enhance flat designs. It’s also a great way to add color or texture to an image.
Using gradient design works better for specific kinds of brands so we wanted to share with you some of our favorite gradient designs and talk about why these designs work for these particular brands. If your brand has a similar aesthetic or these designs appeal to you, you might want to consider asking your designer for gradient design elements in your logo design or other graphic design elements for your marketing materials.
Please bid for just (1) 2000 word article, but also note how much you would charge for a larger order (for example, 10 articles). All of the articles I have available for editing are all right around 2000 words. I'm not worried about the final word count. If some of these articles benefit from removing some of the "fluff" that's totally fine and welcomed.
Please feel free to ask me any questions and I'd be happy to discuss further.