You want your audience to trust in your expertise. But you have a large amount of complex information to communicate. And your industry feels opaque to many.
Let me bring clarity to the design of your communications.
Design is all about establishing how your project will function, look and feel. It involves identifying the best format to use, arranging the information clearly on the page, sourcing and selecting images, artworking all elements in a consistent style and specifying printing and finishing specifications.
Working within a design layout and text specification to present extended amounts of text-based information consistently.
Typesetting is what you need if you already have a design in place but require a set of text-based documents creating in the same format.
Focused on helping more users to access your information, this begins with ensuring content is logically structured and accessibly written before creating a design which is suitable for readers with visual impairments, technical remediation to make the file compatible with screen readers and programmatic and human checks for compliance with PDF/UA accessibility standards.
Assessing your design needs from scratch. Or a fresh pair of eyes to review the materials you have already and identify opportunities for improvement.
Overseeing the production of your project, running it to schedule, identifying and briefing other contributors (copywriters, illustrators or photographers) as necessary, art-directing photoshoots and coordinating the input of these suppliers.
Overseeing the printing of your materials, identifying the most suitable, cost-effective suppliers for the job, ensuring artwork meets their specifications, managing proofing, assuring quality and dealing with any issues.