Kathy Kaulbach B Des, MA Ed
My favourite childhood book series was The How and Why Wonder Books. There were 74 titles on science and history. I proudly owned 6.
Each topic was organized into short blocks of information, accompanied by an illustration. The layout was lively and clear, and it motivated me to learn.
Isn’t that how you want all of your information to be presented—clearly organized and inviting to read?
Whatever the medium—in print or on the web—and whatever the topic, from science to law to leadership and more, good information design will capture your readers’ attention and deepen their understanding.
It can work for you. Here’s how:
Take a look at my design page where I explain how the design process works, using some of my favourite projects as examples.
For more information on clear communications, go to letsbeclear.ca.
Let’s be clear is a network of specialists who can help you clearly communicate your message from the beginning thought process to the final product. I am a member of that network and we collaborate on projects, bringing together writers, editors, coaches and designers to offer you a full spectrum of services.
Contact me, and let’s have a conversation.