We have delivered a couple of bespoke writing training sessions for the Science Museum in London.
We worked with the team developing the Science Museum's permanent gallery - The Information Age - the UK's first dedicated to the history of communications technology which opened in 2014. We wrote, talked, unpicked and analysed text - thinking about what worked best for their project and their audiences.
"Amongst other key strengths of the training - clear structure, time for discussion, practical application of ideas - I’d like to mention something a bit more intangible: the way Lucy was able to create a ‘safe’ environment in which we all felt comfortable about sharing our writing, offering our option about strengths and weaknesses and being self-reflective. The team came out feeling confident."
Jessica Bradford, Content Manager, 'Making Modern Communications' (project working title)
Later we delivered a bespoke training day for with the Contemporary Science team who produce daily web content and a busy programme of changing exhibitions in the Antenna gallery, keeping their text accurate, informative and accessible for their science-curious target audience of teens and 20-somethings.