Communications Design

Corporate communication cannot bore people into action. Not that most companies don’t try. Writing in the average benefits brochure can cure insomnia. Content in most intranets lies buried beneath layers of useless links. And pity the poor performance program dropped on employees without their understanding or buy-in.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Communications can educate and excite employees. Messages can be clear, concise and—most importantly—compelling. Results can be measured, improved, and repeated.

God help me, but I love this stuff.

My name is Kawika Holbrook. I’ve worked as a newspaper reporter, magazine editor, advertising copywriter, marketing director, project manager, and content strategist. Every one of those roles plays a part in making the most of your corporate messages.

Please take a minute to explore iType. See if there isn’t something—or someone—here to help you improve the development, design, and delivery of your corporate communications. Enjoy!