Highlights from some of our most enjoyable clients. Note that enjoyable and crazy-deadline-marathon are not mutually exclusive.
And do check out the portfolio links on the left.
A 3D-PRINTED WORLD
Our CEO has been writing hardware spotlights for the Bay Area's top 3D printing network. Imagine getting to interview some of Silicon Valley's hottest new startups, whose products are not just innovative but make your coffee better, smooth your camera moves, let you monitor your home as well as the air you breathe, better. And then there's our client's partner, who prints things in 3D you'll never believe are possible.
We're working with a very forward-looking company in the renewable energy sector. Can't disclose the details of this project yet, but suffice it to say it involves lots... and lots... and lots of content and documentation.
THE HUMAN SIDE OF DATA
A global health & HR consultancy firm in San Francisco hired us to produce a series of articles on the power and potential of data in health and wellness programs.
WHO ARE THE INDUSTRY LEADERS?
For an online marketing optimization firm in Los Angeles, we're writing industry reports—with a touch of attitude. In a sector we’d never written about.
Client's feedback so far?
“This is really good.”
THAT'S ROCKET SCIENCE
NASA's Human and Robotic Technology program needed help preparing funding proposals for the U.S. Government. We jumped into a deadline tighter than last decade's jeans with NASA engineers and supervising editors.
Eighteen proposals. Four got funded. Two of those we edited.
A cybersecurity firm in Silicon Valley needed to shape its ultra high tech materials into content their prospective clients could immediately get, at the gut level. Because cybersecurity shouldn't be a punch to the stomach.
MANUFACTURING, ISO 14001 STYLE
A large industrial park in Central America, certified ISO 14001, needs to tell the world—and shiploads of new prospective customers—its story. We got the call, in English and Spanish.
TO WRITERS, WITH ATTITUDE
For over a year, our CEO blogged on the popular The Write Practice site. When she had to stop, readers went through withdrawal. One wrote,
I understand why you had to take a break, but the impact of your contributions was enormous.
Your professional advice laced with buckets of inspiration was a lightning bolt online.