Reports & presentations
Almost all our work culminates in some sort of written output and one or more presentations. We attach considerable importance to the quality of these deliverables: the greater the accessibility and intelligibility of our findings, the greater the likelihood of them proving useful and valuable.
- We work closely with clients to agree precise reporting needs. We make careful allocation of resources for the drafting and editing of often complex outputs.
- We prepare the full range of texts, from one page high-level briefings through executive summaries, full reports and technical annexes
- Outputs are delivered in a variety of formats: as annotated slides, as print-ready documents, as databases, depending on research and client need
- We perpetually experiment with the format of deliverables - using mind-mapping platforms, or hyper-linked documents, or modular reporting - so as to improve the accessibility and usability of material
- Depending on the length and complexity of a study, we may make one or a series of presentations.
- We see presentations as means not only of transmitting findings and insights but of engaging with prospective users of material.
- We always negotiate with our clients to agree the range, format and purpose of presentations.
- We have experience of presenting in a variety of settings - from confidential briefings through to large-scale conferences - and always tailor our presentations accordingly.
A few examples of reports are listed below (click to access report):
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What has 23 screws, 15 separate rubber parts, 13 wires, 4 plastic boards, 3 metal plates, 3 unidentifiable objects, 2 microphones and 1 circuit board? These are the ingredients of an old landline phone, obviously! In a Green Alliance conference last week, I took part in a tear down session run by the RSA as [...]
I’ve just moved into a new apartment in London, which has one of these (see picture): In case you’re not sure, it’s an electricity meter, complete with ‘key’. Using PayPoints in local shops, you pay in advance for electricity you are going to use in cash (cards not accepted). This balance gets digitally recorded on [...]