Converting concepts into reality
We provide transformative marketing, and learning solutions for government, commercial, and nonprofit clients.
Consultance needed new messaging. A smart, new brand. Engaging text. Fresh graphics. The option to make quick edits on our own. Project management skills to keep us on schedule. And a partner with a passion for details and an eye on the budget. We gave them just that!
Since 2013, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has worked with Information Experts as a trusted vendor that can provide graphic designer services to its offices that produce much of its communication materials.
Information Experts undertook a qualitative national research effort to determine employers’ experiences with financial well-being programs for their employees. Additionally, the study also examined employees’ perception of financial well-being benefits programs.
Using Articulate Storyline 2, Information Experts developed and narrated the training for two courses, one consisting of nine modules and the other seven modules. Enhancements including inserting text fade-ins and fly-ins to help maintain the learner’s attention and interest. The Information Experts Team also created and provided access to an online review system so the client was easily able to review and provide feedback.
Information Experts helped PeopleTactics enhance the functionality of their WordPress based website through the development of custom HTML & CSS and the implementation of eCommerce solutions (shopping cart). Additionally, Information Experts also provided extensive search engine optimization and search engine submission services.
Information Experts was responsible for the design, layout and production of a 40-page informational guidebook focusing on education and empowering young women living with Metastatic Breast Cancer, diagnosed under the age of 45 years old. This guidebook also provides tools and resources to help educate, empower and support
these young women at a critical time.
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command / Army Training Support Center (ATSC) – Combined Arms Products for Distributed Learning (CAPDL)
Information Experts is one of eight prime contractors awarded a Combined Arms Products for Distributed Learning (CAPDL) contract by the U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). The CAPDL program provides education and training to ensure soldiers and their units have the knowledge to meet the Army’s needs. Tasks under this IDIQ include the development of virtual reality training modules, sophisticated learning models and Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI).
Sprint is the fourth largest wireless network operator in the United States and serves approximately 60 million consumers. Sprint wanted to automate the ordering of phone and services via its retail stores and retail partners such as BestBuy, Walmart, and Target. The ongoing challenges in the telecommunication industry required a solution that is robust, flexible, and scalable enough to enable Sprint to customize it when offering services, contracts, and new devices on the market. At the same time, the order mechanism must integrate with multiple systems at Sprint and its retail partners across the United States.
Information Experts transformed the information contained in the book “Cracking the Sales Management Code” into a 30-minute Web-based training course. In addition to designing and developing the course, Information Experts oversaw wrote the course narration. Once the course was ready, we developed a custom WordPress site where the content was hosted. In addition, using a combination of two e-learning WordPress plug-ins (Learndash LMS and Grassblade LRS), we built a fully functioning learning management system.
When the time came to renovate the Environmental Agency’s (EPA) RadTown website from its Flash-based roots, Information Experts worked closely with EPA to design an engaging world that informed and educated students through a variety of online interactive elements about where radiation sources can be found and how they are used.
Information Experts helped the National Institutes of Health, National Human Genome Research Institute translate a paper-based assessment of family health history and diseases risk into an online, interactive health and risk assessment tool.
Information Experts developed a coordinated print, radio, and video advertising campaign for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that informed English and Spanish-speaking consumers about their financial protections and rights.
Retirement is meant to be fun! Understanding what it takes to get there is the challenge. Information Experts delivered a fun and easy way for federal employees to explore Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) investment funds and in doing so increased participation in the TSP.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) turned to Information Experts when it needed support in designing, developing, and implementing compliance training. This included distance learning and the technology necessary to facilitate it. Information Experts also provided conference planning and outreach support to CMS’ central and regional office staff and Medicare Advantage and Part D plan sponsors.
Working with the Office of Atmospheric Programs, Information Experts helped the Environmental Protection Agency develop the SunWise Program for awareness and education, an environmental and health education initiative that teaches children and their caregivers how to protect themselves from overexposure to the sun and to encourage sun-safe behaviors.
Information Experts worked closely and collaboratively with RefWorks, a leading provider of online research management, writing and collaboration tools, to design a web interface that was fresh, simple and intuitive. Extensive user testing was conducted on prototypes and beta versions of the new design to ensure the final product would meet the requirements of both RefWorks and the user community.
Information Experts developed two approaches to help the Internal Revenue Service overcome its inefficient and unsatisfactory hiring challenges by reducing hiring cycle times and improving hiring managers’ satisfaction. The first alternative recommended optimizing the current operational structure and hiring processes. The second alternative recommended transforming the current hiring structure. Information Experts provided a financial impact analysis for each alternative.
Agencies of today want to make sure they have a competent, well prepared workforce for years to come. The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) sought to gain a better understanding of the skills and competencies of its acquisitions employees. Information Experts assisted the DLA in assessing and developing strategies to close gaps for current and future competencies required for the Department of Defense acquisition workforce.
The General Services Administration (GSA) website needed fresh and easy-to-understand content as well as a new design to better deliver Multiple Awards Schedules information. It was also important to the GSA to have a new social media component that would be integrated into the website. Information Experts approached the GSA with a new media strategy that was compelling and interactive.