"Uncovering History through Biographies" is Donna A. Ford's mission for her books.
Donna Ford is a writer and artist who knows design. Her love of communications shows in her exuberance for every project. As a teacher and instructor, her goal is to help others achieve theirs.
Donna Ford has over 20-years experience as a technical writer in creating print, online help, and PDF documentation for software and hardware in manufacturing, CAD/CAM, and Healthcare industries. Web content created includes book reviews and how-to's for restaurant supply industry.
Donna Ford has also reviewed books for over a dozen years for the Society for Technical Communication and for the past two years, The USReview of Books. Check out the new freelance reviewer page at The USReview of Books:
Certificate in Information Design from Bentley College, Waltham, MA, 2000. Courses included: Human Factors; Global design; Web design; Multimedia design. Cap Stone course was a work/study design of the original Spanish site for www.gerbertechnology.com.
Web design experience working part-time for Evolving Systems.
Involved in the original design of these sites: www.deming.org,
Experienced using Dreamweaver, FrontPage and plain HTML editors. Courses taken in Flash.
She has nine grandchildren and enjoys giving them historical biographies as gifts. Donna Ford makes her home in New England.