Write and Polish produced the initial draft/design layout, and worked as part of an editing/revision team of approx. five members, on a pair of product instructions to be inserted into a product package. Our work was then turned over to the "big gun" graphic designers to execute.
The results are here, and here -- the final printed version is a z-fold card, with the grey set of instructions on one side, then flip it over, and the white set of instructions is on the other.
We put quite a few hours into this, but are very pleased with the result.
So, if you or your company need something explained to your customers, we will be happy work with you to publish a smart-looking set of steps to help them enjoy your product.
Write and Polish has created a Recommended Reading (Amazon Affiliates linked) page, and added it to a church's existing website.
We specialize in such one-off projects that the internal staff of your business may not have the time or expertise to handle.
No project is too small!
Note: we offer rates, discounted specifically for non-profit organizations, in recognition of their donation-based operating budgets and many benefits to the community.
Website content client CPR Rescuers asked if we might be able to whip up a poster template that can be used for classes offered by community organizations/groups for their members or the public, and by workplaces for their employees.
Of course we could!
We set up a template with all of the design elements buried in the background, and editable text boxes where information goes. They can be printed blank and the particulars handwritten in Sharpie marker, if desired. But it's also easy to send it on to the class host to complete, print and post. We try to anticipate the need for flexibility!
Write and Polish likes to help our clients to help themselves. Whenever possible, we work in tools to which the majority of our clients will have access.
We're also happy to make up a set of step-by-step directions for how to use material that we've provided, or how to maintain a procedure we've established for the clients' use.
Sidebar: businesses reading this -- consider booking an in-house training session for your employees.
The first issue of Image Management's newsletter, IM ink! Check it out.
And, if you produce a newsletter and would like either proofreading or content input, Write and Polish would be happy to give you a hand!
We are happy to announce that Write and Polish recently wrote the copy for the website of Northern Mechanical Plumbing & Piping. They do commercial and residential work, and most definitely make emergency calls!
If your pipes start gushing (or do nothing when they should gush!), call Scott with Northern Mechanical.
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Christie Manussier, principal Writer and Polisher, is the usual news reporter.
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