Anne O'Brien Morro Bay CA 93443 1 805 704-0303 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mario Is Missing! is IT
Anne O'Brien hit the Bullseye 3 times with Mario is Missing! A children's Nintendo game targeted at 4th graders. She is the only technical writer in history to sweep STC Northern California Regional Publication awards and score an International Award of Merit (3rd Place) for a children's Nintendo game.
Anne O'Brien competed In the annual Publications Competition in the STC Northern California Region. That region stretches from Silicon Valley to the Oregon and Nevada borders. And includes numerous IT companies. No matter what their category technical writers from the region (and some developed volumes of documentation) Anne O'Brien beat them all.
Anne O'Brien competed in the Quick Start Card category. And beat every technical writer in the Northern California region. Her Best of Show and Best of Category in the Northern California Publications Competition automatically enrolled Mario is Missing! in the STC International Publications Competition. Where she scored an Award of Merit (3rd Place) worldwide.
STC is IT
The STC is a worldwide professional association with a membership of thousands of technical writers and technical editors. Their website is stc.org. Here is their mission statement.
"The Society for Technical Communication is a professional association dedicated to the advancement of technical communication. Technical communicators research and create information about technical processes or products directed to a targeted audience through various forms of media."
STC Regional Awards of Achievement
Before Mario is Missing! The STC Northern California Publications Competition awarded Anne O'Brien 2 Awards of Achievement. The first for a System One technical Quick Start Card. The second for a Software Toolworks educational software PC User's Guide.
Dial-Up Satellite Ticketing Printing Quick Start Card
The Miracle Piano Teaching PC User's Guide
Target Audience: 4th Graders and up. Also Anne O'Brien's STC peers and judges.