Cut to the chase. Get to the point. Spit it out. Less is more. Keep it simple. Doing more with less is such a universal idea it comes with a whole set of dedicated idioms. It’s also a powerful tool for writers who want – and need – to communicate effectively.
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Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) are designed to increase cross-cultural awareness and create employment and business opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. If your organisation is considering joining the thousands that have created a RAP, here’s how to go about it.
The bullet list is a great tool for communicating information succinctly. Our editors explain how to introduce, format and punctuate bullet points.
We’re actively embracing generative AI and are excited by its potential. But we’re also proceeding with caution, especially since we work with a lot of sensitive material for businesses and governments.
In this article we discuss the major differences between US and UK English, which variants tend to be used in different Asia-Pacific countries, and the importance of setting rules.
The Sydney Writers’ Festival is one of Australia’s biggest and most exciting literary events, and as always Editor Group was thrilled to sponsor (and attend) the recent week-long celebration of all things wordy.
A good table should be like the shelves in a well-run bookshop, with contents that are easy to scan and organised logically. We’ve put together some tips to help you create beautiful bookshop-quality tables in your next document.
At its worst, unclear writing is almost as bad as not publishing the information in the first place. Writing clearly and making sure you comply with accessibility guidelines potentially benefits all of your readers.
At a time when many are actively looking for ways to take a stand against racism, careful choice of language – taking special care to eliminate harmful language – is one way to make a difference.