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Information overload – presenting reports and large documents in a user friendly way

2020 saw a huge increase in the amount of content published digitally. As organisations adapted to new ways of working, we saw a massive shift away from a requirement for printed content to screen optimised content including pdfs and ebooks. This was especially evident when it came to large documents and reports.  Presenting the kind of content that typically gets included in these large documents can require very different approaches depending on the end use, but in all cases it’s important to ensure that it makes it as effective as possible for the end user to read and understand the

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DTW strengthens its team

#TeamDTW is proud to welcome two new appointments this month as we get 2021 off to a flying start.  Lauren Old brings seven years’ experience in the communications and marketing sector and joins us as a public relations, engagement and public affairs strategist, while Tim Parker is bringing his artistic flair as an animation and illustration creative. 

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Trust? What’s that?

Earning the trust of the public in a post-Trump, post-Brexit (I wish I could say post-Covid) world is a tough task. But the good news is there’s some data, insight and guidance around to get you started.

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content planning for Social media

Let’s talk about effective content planning for social media

A large part of the work we do for our clients is helping them to make the most out of their social media presence. This often involves developing creative campaigns and achieving reliable results. While it is important to create content that resonates with your audience, it is equally important to publish content in an efficient and effective way.

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Trust online: why verification matters

At the end of 2020 Twitter began overhauling its verification process with a view to launching the new and improved version early this year. It’s a move that’s long overdue and will improve trust between organisations and their audiences by defining what verification means, who is eligible and why some accounts might lose verification.

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Doing digital in 2020 – keeping up in a changing world

This year has taken us on quite a ride hasn’t it? Things kicked off with devastating bush fires in Australia whilst Prince Harry and Meghan Markle upped sticks to America and it wasn’t long before Covid-19 arrived, the stock markets crashed, Black Lives Matter protests flooded the streets and life as we knew it changed forever. 

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DTW strengthens its team

#TeamDTW is proud to welcome two new appointments this month as we get 2021 off to a flying start.  Lauren Old brings seven years’ experience in the communications and marketing

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Trust? What’s that?

Earning the trust of the public in a post-Trump, post-Brexit (I wish I could say post-Covid) world is a tough task. But the good news is there’s some data, insight

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