NEPS Director selected to judge ClearMark Awards Competition
Friday, February 11, 2011
Press release from the issuing company
Salem, NH – NEPS, LLC, a leading provider of communications management solutions and services that orchestrate information for relevant, personalized delivery, today announced its Director of Information Design, Robert Linsky, has been named director of judging for the 2011 ClearMark Awards by the Center for Plain Language, a nonprofit organization advocating for the use of clear and understandable language in government and business documents. The ClearMark Awards honor and celebrate documents and websites that exhibit the best use of clear communication and plain language, in both the private and public sectors.
An expert in information design and document process solutions, Linsky has extensive experience in creating solutions for a wide range of NEPS clients in the financial, insurance, healthcare, and telecommunications industries. His expertise in blending content, plain language, typography, imagery, and operational guidelines has contributed to NEPS’ strong reputation for delivering communications that are measurably clear, effective, and efficient.
“One of the most powerful ways to ensure that every document has the ability to enhance customer experience is by using clear, understandable language and principles of good information design,” said Linsky. “I’m looking forward to participating in the ClearMark Awards and working with an amazing group of plain language and information design experts to judge some of the very best examples of truly effective communications.”
“Robert Linsky has been integral to our team at NEPS in helping our clients transform their business communications into documents that support customer retention, reduce overall operating costs, and drive new business growth. He will be the perfect judge for this award competition,” said Denise Miano, president and chief technology officer, NEPS. “We are proud to have Robert represent NEPS in support of the efforts and goals of the Center for Plain Language.”
Award recipients will be announced at the second annual ClearMark Awards ceremony on April 28, 2011. The ceremony will be held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.centerforplainlanguage.org/awards.
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