F is for Feedback

F is for Feedback

Who gives feedback? When it comes to writing and publishing materials, the main person who gives you feedback is your editor. However, on large projects, other people will also give feedback on your writing. These might include the ‘publisher’ or person in charge of...
A is for Artwork brief

A is for Artwork brief

Another kind of brief When we talk about briefs, we usually talk about the ones a writer gets from a publisher, outlining exactly what’s needed so that everyone is on the same page. You can read more that kind of brief in B is for Brief. But there is another kind of...
E is for Editor

E is for Editor

The first thing to know about an editor is this: you need one! Of course if you are writing materials for your own learners, you don’t need to engage the services of a professional editor, but it is a good idea to ask someone else to look over your work and help you...