The Byte Ryte Team
Byte Ryte consists of two people who have much in common and collaborate perfectly. Both have tens of years of experience and either can write the perfect manual for you. At the same time they have different educational backgrounds, expertises, and interests.
Matthew Fitzgerald studied computer science, and it shows. If a piece of software includes a programming language, Matthew wants to use that to the full. This can result in documents that do interesting and useful things. If you want Word to work as a calculator, or a PDF file to play you a game of noughts and crosses, or perhaps something more practical, he is the one to ask.
Interesting things he has built include an interactive map in PDF (using a self-written Perl module for creating PDFs from demographic data) and a complete Word-to-XML converter in VBA, Word's built-in programming language.
For programming documents to do things that you never knew they could do, usually at no cost other than time spent, have a word with Matthew.
Brigit van Loggem strongly believes in re-use of information and creative deployment of people. She is one to tap into unexpected sources in unexpected places. She is also one to pull in people from all corners of an organization to create something together, as a team.
Before Brigit turned software documentation into her full-time professional interest, she worked as a court reporter and as a translator. Later she studied computer science and later still, communication science. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD. Her education and expertise allow her to reconcile disparate interests and to talk to people from a wide variety of disciplines.
If you want to make knowledge available in the right place, talk it through with Brigit.