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Subject:TW Responsibilities From:Shari Scott <SScott -at- COMPLEXIMAGING -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 11 Feb 1999 14:02:10 -0600
Oh boy, where do I start?
I work for a small software company. There are 3 programmers, a tech
support guy, a part-time admin/bookkeeper (the owner's wife) and me.
* I am the webmaster
* I do usability testing on the GUI, sometimes designing them
* All marketing and trade show coordination
* User and Requirement Analysis
I am sure there is more that I do but that is just off the top of my head.
I am going to have to change my business cards. Right now they say
"Technical Writer/Software Tester". Basically it is up to me. I am
thinking "Technical and Marketing Communications". Anyone have any other