Morton Redner is a content developer, instructional designer, and technical writer with a demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, persuasively, and effectively across all media.
He has senior-level experience in a wide array of sectors, and has successfully completed assignments in software, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, investment and finance, aerospace and defense technology, and national consumer advertising.
Typical projects include voice-over web-based training with Captivate, online Help systems with RoboHelp and Flare, and print documentation including user guides, SOPs, and Defense manuals.
He has written and produced TV, radio, and print advertising aired to millions of viewers for such clients as Chrysler, Revlon, Jell-O, General Electric, and Oral-B. A recruitment poster he created for the Peace Corps hangs in the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.
Simon & Schuster published Redner's novel GETTING OUT, a comedic love story about the Vietnam Draft. Now in its 3rd edition, GETTING OUT is available on Amazon.
Redner is an M.A. graduate of the University of California/Berkeley who received his B.A. from Hobart College.
Downloadable samples available on request.