Hi there, I'm Amy.

I tailor digital communication for humans.

I assess, plan and edit content for the Web and print world with a focus on readability, usability and business goals.

Based in beautiful Wiltshire, England, I collaborate with English and German speaking organisations and authors to develop editorial and content strategies.

I work with my clients to solve communication issues and improve reader experience—both online and off. I support organisations and editorial teams in developing internal workflows and in the creation of digital content fitting their needs, business objectives and audiences.

I can assist you with:

  • Digital communication strategies
  • Content strategy at any stage of the online content lifecycle
  • Developing in-house editorial workflows
  • Building editorial capacities in-house
  • Editing texts for the Web and print

Improving reader experience since 2007

Before launching TeXt ex machina in the UK, I worked in editorial and digital communications and community management with clients on three continents, including Oscar winners, academics, universities and non-profit organisations. My background in social psychology and anthropology allows me to tailor communication strategies to organisational needs and for customer satisfaction.

I team up with my clients, preferably onsite. I also work with Web design and development teams.

A text service consultant developing communication strategies for humans

Digital communication should serve your organisation, help satisfy your business objectives, and contribute to your customers’ happiness. The Web presents unique business challenges that can be addressed in a sustainable and strategic way. I’m a believer in intentional digital communication that speaks to humans and contributes to your bottom line.

If you would like to take advantage of the services I provide, you can get in touch with me by submitting a collaboration request.

If you would like to provide feedback or report a typo, you are very welcome to use the contact form, or just say Hi on Twitter!