1. Tell us about your role at AudienceView.
I have been the technical writer at AudienceView for the last eight years. I’m responsible for creating and maintaining the product documentation and change logs among other product knowledge based content.
2. What is the first app you open in the morning and the last app you close at night?
Twitter then Spotify – though I really need to delete Twitter. I said as I opened Twitter. Again.
3. What is the most satisfying part of your job?
That it’s always changing. Right now it’s helping to build out the Guide Center in the Desktop, and looking at the different ways that we can deliver information to our users.
4. AudienceView encourages its team to #BuildYourPlayground by attending live events. What’s something you’ve learned by experiencing events as a consumer?
To be comfortable by myself.
I buy a lot of tickets. I always have. I don’t need to have heard of the artist. If you want to see something, I’ll come with you. If you change your mind, there’s a good chance I might still go by myself.
When I started attending Toronto FC games 13 years ago, I would purchase a single ticket anywhere I could in the stadium, and then sneak into the supporters’ section. The strangers who made room for me to stand with them became some of my closest friends.
5. We all have guilty pleasures – what’s yours?
I’ve been thinking about this question a lot. I don’t know that I feel guilty about anything that I take pleasure in. Maybe playing video games, but that’s only because I eventually feel guilty about not using that time for writing.
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