For the more than 45 years that the TalentMEDIA team has been working in the publishing industry, we’ve had the privilege of serving a variety of organizations. From government agencies and nonprofits to small associations and private companies—and even some of the largest organizations in the country—the TalentMEDIA team has seen and worked with them all. We’ve provided our expertise in every aspect of editing and design, across the web and in print. Our team has been behind the scenes doing communications and publishing work for some of the most well-known companies around. The samples below are only some of the projects we’ve worked on over the years. For more information about how TalentMEDIA can help you with your next design or editing project, contact Jennifer Ford at 703.639.2193 or jenniferf@vectortalent.com.

Vector Talent Resources Is United for Puerto Rico

In October 2017 Vector Talent Resources launched a fundraising campaign to support Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria through www.unidosporpuertorico.com. This video was created, designed, edited, and proofread by the TalentMEDIA team.


Office of Compliance

The TalentMEDIA team redesigned the website for the Office of Compliance (OOC) to align its appearance with www.whitehouse.gov. Keeping in mind that OOC’s website was content driven and not news driven, we produced a website that was exactly what the client wanted.

The TalentMEDIA team built the site using WordPress with a MySQL database and to correctly display in Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and Chrome on PC and Mac.

 

Architect of the Capitol

The TalentMEDIA team was contracted by the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) to translate its live exhibit hall to the Web. AOC’s visitor center has such a vast amount of content that it would take a person an entire day to walk through it. Our approach was to bring a coherent and relevant flow of content that is similar to the flow of the live exhibit hall and translate it within the confines of a Web browser.

Our team also developed Flash- and JavaScript-based enhancements to allow interaction within the site and its online artifacts to engage users. Examples include quizzes, interactive details of the floor plan, artifacts, and features of the Capitol Dome. The website also enables users to create an anonymous account with AOC, allowing them to save content for future reference through the “My Library” functionality.

The TalentMEDIA team built the site using Joomla with a MySQL database to correctly display in Explorer, Safari, Firefox, and Chrome on PC and Mac.

 

        

AARP

Current services the TalentMEDIA team provides include editing, proofreading, design, layout, and 508 creation and remediation, as well as maintenance of the AARP Public Policy Institute’s website and online publications. After over a decade with the same template of color palettes and fonts, we’ve helped AARP’s branding team launch new publication templates with new color palettes and fonts specifically designed for 508 compliance. AARP’s publications vary in size and frequency. We have published as many as 150 publications in one year for the Public Policy Institute with projects ranging from 10 to over 100 pages.

  

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

The TalentMEDIA team currently provides services including editing, proofreading, design, layout, and 508 remediation of FDIC Quarterly, a publication of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) that ranges in size from 32 to 60 pages per issue. After nearly 10 years of publication, FDIC sought to redesign FDIC Quarterly. The TalentMEDIA team was instrumental in this redesign that helped modernize a traditional government publication without sacrificing the look and readability of its financial reporting.

Previous services included editing, proofreading, design, and layout of FDIC’s 188-page Annual Report and of FDIC’s quarterly newsletter Outlook and FDIC Banking Review, both of which averages 32–48 pages per issue.

   

Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine

Services the TalentMEDIA team has provided include editing, proofreading, original design, and layout of the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine’s (AAIM’s) quarterly newsletter (16–28 pages per issue), Insight; annual editorial and design letterhead updates for all of AAIM’s seven divisions; and annual editing, design, and ebook/epub file creation of AAIM’s educational textbooks (200–400 pages)—An Administrator’s Guide to Departments of Internal Medicine, The Toolkit Series: A Textbook for Internal Medicine Education Programs, The Toolkit Series: A Textbook for Today’s Chief Medical Resident, and The Textbook for Combined Internal Medicine Pediatrics Residency Training Programs.

        

American Physical Therapy Association, Private Practice Section

The TalentMEDIA teams provided services including editing, proofreading, original design, and layout of the American Physical Therapy Association, Private Practice Section (APTA-PPS) monthly magazine, Impact; the annual Buyer’s Guide; the annual Conference and Exposition Program; the annual Exhibitor Prospectus; and billboard advertising, as well as online and direct mail advertising. Through the designs we created, the team helped PPS establish its brand as independent of APTA.

 

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The TalentMEDIA team edited, proofread, designed, and laid out Volta Voices, the bimonthly 48- to 80-page magazine of the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

    

The World Bank

Services the TalentMEDIA team provided included editing, proofreading, design, and layout of various World Bank publications. Publications varied in frequency and ranged in size from 32 to over 100 pages.

Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Services the TalentMEDIA team provided included editing, proofreading, design, and layout of various Transportation Research Board publications. Publications varied in frequency and ranged in size from 32 to over 100 pages.