Lindsay Pack

At Nexight Group, we know that it’s not enough to just conduct research, talk to stakeholders, or facilitate a meeting—you have to compile and communicate the results in a clear and concise way that resonates with your audience and inspires them to act. That’s why we place great value on our communication products, taking the time to expertly craft eye-catching roadmaps, infographics, fact sheets, and other materials that use smart design and sharp technical writing to effectively convey compelling, accurate messages.

Fortunately, we’re not the only ones who think we do great communications work. I’m happy to report that we recently earned some third-party praise from the Washington, DC – Baltimore Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) in the form of three awards from their annual technical communications competition.

The competition evaluates communication materials from across the region on factors such as organization, clarity and tone, document design, and ability to effectively communicate to the intended audience. The following Nexight submissions earned awards this year:

  • E4C Analysis of Available Platforms and Methods Infographic, Award of Excellence – Condenses a 60-page technical report of available platforms and existing methods for evaluating and disseminating technologies to developing countries into a two-page infographic that Engineering for Change (E4C) members, including engineers, technologists, social scientists, non-governmental organizations, local government, and community advocates, could quickly and easily understand.
  • TMS Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) Implementation Study Report, Award of Excellence – Provides manufacturers with a field guide that will enable them to implement successful integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) programs into their product development processes within three years.
  • ASME Advanced Manufacturing Environmental Scan, Award of Merit – Informs the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) staff about the most critical developments and opportunities in advanced manufacturing to inform their decisionmaking efforts about the organization’s activities in the advanced manufacturing space.

Awards like these reaffirm Nexight’s commitment to producing communications that say more and say it better. We look forward to helping you do the same.