How do you create the optimal content structure for a highly complex university website, and create a new tone of voice framework for a diverse communications team?
Who: Plymouth University
What we did: Tone of voice, content strategy
- New responsive website for Plymouth University
- Content strategy services – from audit to recommended information architecture.
- A tone of voice guide for all writers and content creators.
What they wanted:
A streamlined, user-first website that complemented their bold visual branding style. Lark helped to analyse problem areas of the site, and suggest new content structures and copy. We also create a set of brand language / tone of voice guidelines for the university.
How we did it:
Through content audits, interactive workshops (involving lecturers from various departments) and research, we analysed and rated existing content, and created suggested new content templates for high priority areas of the new website.
A further workshop helped us to create a practical guide for all content creators – helping them write in the “Plymouth voice”.