Recent tech editorial work

Despite setting up life in rural Japan for a few months, I’m delighted to remain connected to the international 3D printing scene and industry via a few commissioned pieces of editorial content delivery.

Over the last few months here in Japan, I’ve managed to continue working within the emerging tech scene as a varied freelance writer – and despite the distance, I’m really enjoying engaging in my commissioned content. Working mostly with contacts in Europe and America, I’ve been asked to contribute to a few very specific 3D printing news websites, with a series of factual reports as well as opinion / news-based articles. Whilst these websites are niche in terms of their dedicated, 3D print related topics and simple layouts, the industry following (and influence) that such sites have really do shape the future of both the tech and its public perception. As a result, I’m delighted to be involved.

 

See below for links to my work with ALL3DP and 3ders.org:

https://all3dp.com/authors/faith-robinson/

As a part of the development of ALL3DP’s following, I was commissioned to create a series of twenty five factual posts outlining the company and content information of the key players within the 3D printing industry. Although I have worked directly with most of the companies I profiled, this work involved a huge amount of research and gave me an even deeper insight into the 3D printing industry.

http://www.3ders.org/articles/20160528-dutch-design-studio-3d-print-a-scaled-down-ship-replica-from-rotterdam.html

Working with the small editorial team at 3ders.org, I provide unbiased news articles on a daily basis as a way to give readers a whole overview of the ever-changing industry. My preference here is to write about art / tech / design stories, however, I am extremely flexible in my copy-writing am capable of writing about just about anything related to this fascinating tech.

 

Drop me an email if you think I could provide your business with content on faith.robinson@hotmail.co.uk