Writing and editing
Infographics and illustrations
Graphic design and layout
Interactive displays, video and animation
Presenting content effectively
We design text, figures, graphs and photographs to showcase your content and engage your audiences
Design is about functionality and purpose, not merely making something look attractive.
We present your data to ensure that it tells a story, reflects the information accurately and is easy to understand
Data visualisations pique readers’ interest and engage their visuospatial mind.
Software packages make producing graphs quick and easy. But they can also make it quick and easy to produce a bad graph.
We bring your content to life with scripts, storyboards, graphical elements, video shoots and voice-overs
Have you ever gone house hunting and noticed the effort that goes into styling the properties on the market? A splash of colour spills across a bed of plumped-up pillows. A well-designed artwork calls from a freshly painted wall. A recognisable wine bottle and 2 glasses rest on an outdoor tray. Not an object seems out of place.
Although there are many guides to writing, copyediting and proofreading, structural editing (or ‘edit1’) is harder to define and explain. At its heart, it is about the audience. The aim of an edit1 is to make sure the audience can quickly and easily grasp the information you are presenting; a logical, intuitive structure helps you to achieve that.
Making health content digital offers several advantages.
The transition to digital is especially interesting when it comes to health content. The traditional (historical) world of health professionals involved bulky textbooks, verbose journal articles and printed guidelines that could easily go out of date without the user even realising.
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