Other Nice Things from Past Clients

“You did another fine, illuminative Flare presentation last week. I make it a point of attending your webinars because I always learn something. I also admire your style, preparation and presentation.”
– Marvin Berger

MB Consulting

“Blimey. We’re in the presence of a #techcomm rockstar in @NeilEric #tcuk15”
– John Kearney

“(Perhaps the only time I’ll ever hear the word “blimey” in relation to me…)”

You were years before your time in understanding how gaming would be an innovative way for user learning.
– Julie McHam.

Of course your name alone is enough to let me know I’ll find good stuff in the session.
– Becky Hall

“You are always such a great presenter – full of great information and so much fun to listen to.”
Liz Fraley, TC Dojo
Single-Sourcing Solutions, Inc.

“I got a lot out of it, as I always do when Neil is the presenter.”
(“Flare as a CMS” webinar)
David Calloway

“Thanks so much for Saturday’s class. It was terrific.”
(Workshop on mobile for OC STC)
Pam Coca

“It was a great (Flare) class and… you took the impending hurricane in stride… We all believed the class was wonderful and your pace was perfect…”
Jennifer Hebra, MSN, RN, MBA
Magnet Program Coordinator
Roper Hospital

“He’s an excellent communicator and educator. I’ve been fortunate enough to attend a number of Neil’s seminars and I’ve always walked away from them with something new and interesting to try.”
Patrick Calnan
N-able Technologies

“I always walk away from Neil’s presentation having learned something and having been challenged.”
(Re a presentation to the Rocky Mountain chapter of STC)
Deb Lockwood
CSG Systems

“Actually, this makes perfect sense. God help me.”
(Re a discussion about using character styles in place of local formatting.)
Jerry Franklin

Re a discussion about using character styles in place of local formatting.

You are the cat’s meow… This was the solution.”
Deb Igleski

“Neil has a gift for making frightening (technical) stuff feel a lot safer! Great job!”
Sharon Garrity

“Good overview of XHTML. Nothing I’ve read has been clear on the difference between XHTML and HTML. Your explanation was concise and understandable.”
Anonymous from the 2006 STC conference. (Please contact me so that I can thank you and credit you.)

“Neil… made the (RoboHelp) seminar fun and easy to understand. The instructions are wonderfully written and easy to follow.”
Cheryl Kuzik
Technical Writer
City of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

“As usual, Neil was well prepared, thoroughly knowledgeable on the topic (creating WebHelp with RoboHelp HTML X5), and maintained a well-paced class. Excellent!”
Joanne Lentz
Documentation Manager
National Board of Medical Examiners
Philadelphia, PA

“Neil did a great job answering all our questions. I appreciate the thorough answers that usually started with ‘It depends…'”
Kathy Pappas
Waters Corp.
Milford, MA