The ClearMark Awards are North America’s premiere plain language awards. Every Spring, we recognize the best print and digital work of plain language communicators. We’re looking for an organized, committed and savvy Program Chair to help us execute this program. If you have experience in hosting live events and webinars, that’s great. If you’re willing […]
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We’re getting ready for the tenth annual ClearMark Awards, which recognize excellence in plain language. Do you have an entry to submit or just want to learn more? View the recording of our webinar for submitters or read the presentation slides. Learn how to submit a great application and find out about changes ahead for the 2019 […]
Here are a few details you’ll need to know before submitting: If you’re a member, please use the email address in your membership profile to get your the membership discount. If you don’t remember which email you used when you applied for membership, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Members/non-members, if you click the button to “add […]
Celebrate a Day of Plain Language in D.C.! Tuesday, May 8, 2018 If you care about plain language and clear communication, we have a terrific day of learning, networking, and celebration for you. Join us Tuesday, May 8, 2018! We have a star-studded workshop, a networking cocktail reception, and the 9th annual ClearMark Awards, where we’ll […]
Ever see something so confusing you thought “WTF?” No! Not that WTF! We mean Work That Failed. Now you can nominate offenders for the dreaded WTF Award year round. Communication failure finalists are selected quarterly. The worst of the worst “win” WTF Awards at the Center’s annual banquet and publicity for their failed work. All […]