Breanne MacDonald

Technical Editor<br><br>Fueled by her meticulous nature, an eye for detail, and a love of books, Breanne has been an editor for over 10 years. She has been a technical editor with ASCENT since 2019, and outside the office she is the treasurer of the Editors’ Association of Canada. Breanne holds a Bachelor of Arts from Wilfrid Laurier University and a certificate in publishing from Ryerson University.

  • Tech Writing Tip: Finding the Subject for Correct Subject-Verb Agreement

    Tech Writing Tip: Finding the Subject for Correct Subject-Verb Agreement

    If you struggle with using the correct subject-verb agreement in your writing, this blog provides a few tips for finding your subject so you can determine which form of the verb you should use.

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  • Technical Writing: Using Style Guides

    Technical Writing: Using Style Guides

    A style guide can be a useful tool for any project to ensure you are maintaining a clear and consistent message for your readers.

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  • Technical Writing: Introduction to Using Plain Language

    Technical Writing: Introduction to Using Plain Language

    by Breanne MacDonald (Technical Editor @ ASCENT) “A communication is in plain language if its wording, structure, and design are so clear that the intended audience can easily find what they need,...

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  • Technical Editing Tip: Using e.g. vs. i.e.

    Technical Editing Tip: Using e.g. vs. i.e.

    It can be tricky to figure out which abbreviation is the appropriate choice for your sentence, but if you keep their translations in mind, you will find it’s easier to choose the correct one.

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