Hans Albanese – Writing Samples
For samples of my technical writing, the best place to look is New York State. I was part of the Content and Portal Team that built the content for the New York State Business Express.
Here are links to some of the content I developed with this team.
For proposal and grant samples, please contact me directly. For privacy reasons, I do not put proposals or grant proposals on this page. If you are interested in reading a sample, I can mail you a grant proposal that I’ve modified to serve as a sample.
Other Technical and Business Writing Samples
This is a publicity booklet I wrote for the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. This booklet promotes the JCCI’s activities in domestic business and international trade. It is written for an international audience.
This is a sample press release for a new smartphone application. It is aimed at busy homeowners who hate doing yard work.
This is a company newsletter that profiles the users of this local company’s unique machines. This newsletter and profile would be read by other companies in its industry.
A sample email newsletter for a real estate company. This is targeted at people who are selling their homes but aren’t having much success at attracting buyers.
This is a newsletter / brochure about international students and colleges in the Capital Area of New York State. It talks about recent trends and opportunities. Made with Adobe InDesign
I wrote this article for an American magazine about school life in Japan. It focuses on a typical day in the life of a Japanese middle school student with comparisons to school life in America.
This is a short manual for teachers that explains how to use WordPress to post messages and pictures. This was written for teachers travelling to Australia with students on home-stays. I have taken the technical process of using WordPress and made it easy-to-understand for the common reader.
These are a few samples from ESL (English as a Second Language) textbooks that I’ve worked on. All of these samples were written to a specific grade level and level of vocabulary. These textbooks are used internationally.