I’m Hannah Wiginton.
Technical Writer, Creative Writer, and Web Designer
I write creative content for businesses.
Website Marketing Copy
I write technical documentation.
Software Support Documentation
I drink lots of coffee.
What I Can Do For You
Modern and Reliable Website
Search Engine Optimized
Secure and User-Friendly
What Others Say
Hannah is sharp, reliable, and hard-working. And — bonus — she’s fun to be around!
Hannah is great to work with because of her positive attitude and her willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done. She’s not afraid to roll up her sleeves while achieving the big picture idea.
Hannah has a positive attitude, kind spirit, and willingness to collaborate to achieve the tasks at hand.
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I’m an Airtable fan so I’ve read many articles about anything Airtable related from neat base templates to interesting ways people use the tool. Here are a few of my favorites.
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You talked to the foundation director a couple of weeks ago. He told you they were having their board meeting on a certain date and they would decide on grant funding at that time.