Luke Hoyland has two decades’ experience working for newspapers, magazines, websites and commercial publications.
In that time he has worked as a subeditor, editor, production editor, designer, feature writer and reporter. He is fully versed in UK journalistic law and follows the PCC code of practice.
Luke played a key role in Guardian News & Media’s (GNM) development online, and became a sought-after expert on the technologies used in publishing for both print and web. He designed the software used to produce the Guardian and Observer. This led to further software design work, mostly in the publishing industry. He has been writing a blog on media technology since 2001.
Working in the nexus between journalism and technology means Keyloom is ideally placed to create and edit user documentation for software, websites, and similar.
Luke Hoyland’s resume can be viewed at http://uk.linkedin.com/in/lukehoyland.
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