scribul:
technical writing

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Welcome to scribul

We are technical writers based in Christchurch, New Zealand.

We design online and printed help, technical manuals and user guides for hardware, software, and internet-based products.

We also provide proofreading, plain language editing and document conversion services.


What do we do?

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technical writing

Are you looking for a user manual for your product? How about online help? If you want concisely written, accurate, and useful documentation to help explain and promote your product, then we can help you. We create user manuals, installation manuals, quick-start guides, and online help.


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proofreading

We offer a reliable, accurate, and cost-effective proofreading service for all your documentation. We proofread technical manuals, business documents, marketing material, website content, and even résumés and cover letters.


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plain language editing

Is your documentation both clear and concise? If not, you may be frustrating your customers and preventing them from understanding your message. Our plain language editing service specialises in removing verbose content, clichés, and technical jargon so that your documents are succinct and your audience can find the information that they are searching for, quickly and easily.


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document conversion

Do you have technical documents that are in need of an overhaul? Perhaps you would like to see your printed manuals online? We can take your existing documents and convert them to various formats, such as HTML, PDF, CHM, or even an e-book. Contact us today to discuss your requirements.


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localisation

We specialise in localisation. Localisation gives you confidence that any documents that have been translated into English, read as intended.



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