Grant Doyle, Presenter

Grant Doyle is an experienced copywriter, content manager and web editor. After many years as a print journalist and author, Grant began writing web content in the late 1990s. Since then, he’s worked for many corporations, government departments, SMEs and not-for-profit organisations in various online content roles.

Former and current clients include financial services, telecommunications, IT and healthcare companies as well as private educators and solo operators. Grant continues to initiate and teach many in-house web, tablet and mobile writing workshops, in addition to developing corporate writing style guides. He has recently completed a Master of Arts in Writing at UTS.

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Testimonials about this presenter

“Grant made everything very clear and related it directly to working situations. I have started my own music blog and am applying for web content jobs with the confidence of knowing what the techincal aspects of the job will involve.”

- Sam Taylor

“Grant led a lively workshop in which participants became fully involved. He successfully integrated the excellent seminar materials with participants’ individual work situations/experience, creating interesting models for discussion and analysis. It gave me a solid sense of what’s needed to write effective websites and introduced me to the necessary parameters. The workshop also gave me confidence that I’m in fact not so far off the mark with some of the skills I already have.”

- Ruth Tofler-Riesel

“Grant Doyle was excellent. I enjoyed how he used relevant examples and engaged the audience by reviewing their own sites throughout the day.”

- Sarah Collins

“Grant was excellent. His passion for writing in this style filled you with enthusiasm to return to work and get started. You definitely felt you had all the information you needed.”

- Helen Stanley

“Grant was just lovely to work with and had great constructive feedback and interesting content. I learned a lot.”

- Kimberley Ann Carter

Presenter for:

Writing for the Web
Learn how web material differs and how to be more concise, improve layout and get the most impact from even the shortest of attention spans.