Simplify your information and people will thank you

Routine business information — your websites, forms, manuals, and letters — all speak for you when you’re not there to speak for yourself. They create someone’s first impression of you.

Is that the impression you want to bank on?

Clear communication has positive results

When you communicate clearly in plain language and through functional design, you create a ripple effect of good will — both inside and outside of your company.

Plus, you develop a positive image of an organization that cares about people.


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Power of Attorney for the American Bar Association helps adults plan for future healthcare decisions.

Power of Attorney for the ABA

NCAA’s Transfer Guide navigates complex rules when student athletes want to transfer from one school to another.

NCAA's Transfer Guide

Communicating Clearly with Our Customers, an original style guide for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana with tips, samples, and guidelines, started a corporate-wide initiative to communicate clearly.

Communicating Clearly with Our Customers

The Kindergarten Registration form and packet guide parents through the  registration process. Kindergarten Registration Form

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