The ClearMarks recognize the best in plain-language communications from government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private companies in North America.
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The Center for Plain Language announced Thursday, June 22, the winners of its 13th annual ClearMark Awards. The ClearMarks recognize the best in plain-language communications—in English, French, and Spanish—from government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private companies in North America. Category: Print Winner U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Million Veteran Program: “Million Veteran Program Brochure” Category: […]
Communicating clearly in times of crisis is critical and can save lives. That’s why we’ve added a COVID-19 category for this year’s annual ClearMark Awards. We are seeking entries that use plain language to help the reader understand COVID-19, identify symptoms, take specific steps to stay healthy, find access to resources, and more. Winners will […]
Now that the frenetics of launching the annual ClearMark Awards are over, the Center for Plain Language had a chance to chat with two leaders from a great social media advisor/aide: Circuit Media, based in Denver, CO.
The Center for Plain Language announces finalists for its highly popular annual ClearMark awards which recognize the best in plain language communications created by North American organizations. Held every year since 2010, “The theme for this year’s ClearMarks is ‘Plain Language is Everywhere,” says Jeff Greer, Chair of the Center. This year the event happens online, Tuesday, May 7th, at 12 p.m. EDT.