Welcome!

Hi, I’m John Marsicek, a Portland metro area based technical writer and graphic designer. This is my website for showcasing my technical writing and graphic design experience, and helping you get to know me a little. To discuss how I can be a solid contributor to your organization with my skills and experience, please call me at (503) 415-0904 or send an email to jmarsicek@outlook.com.

Experienced Technical Writer & Graphic Designer

I have over 17 years of experience producing quality documentation. I’ve been a member of my profession’s leading organization, the Society for Technical Communication, contributing as a volunteer and receiving a local award for my achievement. My experience in graphic design enables me to apply the principles of good design and layout to documents and to create quality graphics.

With a passion for both the written word and images, my technical writing and graphic design skills serve to make technology easier to understand and improve user productivity.

Let’s discuss how I can contribute to your organization. Contact me at (503) 415-0904 or send an e-mail to jmarsicek@outlook.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Testimonials

“John designed a great logo for my husband’s hot wings side business that is mostly for fundraising purposes. We have used it on banners, product labels, chef coats and advertising. The design creates a lot of interest, smiles, and represents his product perfectly!”
Kathy Allworth, Fred Meyer Recruiting & Training Manager

“I have worked with John professionally for over 10 years. He is one of the most reliable, resourceful, and knowledgeable individuals I have ever partnered with. His proficiency with graphics and design are top-notch and his work-ethic and commitment to excellence will exceed anyone’s expectations.”
Michael Richter, Fred Meyer Associate Skills Development Manager

 

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