Communications / Editorial strategy

Editorial strategy

Organising and presenting information so that key audiences can access and understand it is a real skill. It’s about arranging the information so that it feels natural and intuitive to your audiences.

If your information comprises a single document, this can mean creating an order that makes sense to readers, alongside easily-scannable and digestible sub-sections and sub-heads.

If it’s a number of documents, it can also involve eliminating repetition and maintaining a single voice across the whole suite.

And if it’s scores or even hundreds of documents, it can involve creating information hierarchies, splitting different categories of information into easily-identifiable formats.

We’ve created and implemented editorial strategies for banks, for sovereign wealth funds and for professional services organisations – across marketing, procurement, risk and legal functions.

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