Innovation starts with an idea. But if you can’t communicate your thoughts clearly and cohesively, then no one’s going to see the value. That’s where I come in.
Neapolitan & Co specializes in strategic communication design. I use the power of thought partnership, information organization, and audience-aware graphics to help small businesses and large corporations clearly, accurately, and compellingly express complex concepts in digestible visuals.
Whether you’re working to make sense of research, launching a new product, or overhauling a sector of your business, Neapolitan & Co can integrate seamlessly into your project team or work one-on-one to help you get to the heart of the problem you’re solving. I come to you with a valuable outside perspective, asking smart questions to draw out insights that move your project from abstract to actualized.
My clients often come to me to gather and gain succinct and powerful insights, packaged in well-designed presentations and infographics that are portrayed as consumable storytelling for their audience to move a project ahead.
I’ve had the chance to work alongside a diverse group of internal teams at a multitude of global corporations, small businesses, and organizations of varying sizes, including some notable names like PayPal, Steelcase, Stryker, and United Way. With over twenty years of experience, I’ve seen it all. And I promise: even the most complicated circumstances can be untangled through collaborative facilitations and communication design.
As a one-woman operation, the “& Co” in “Neapolitan & Co” isn’t about co-workers or my company, but rather, the collaborative nature of my work. I work best co-creating alongside a team, acting as your dedicated design and strategy partner.
When solving a business problem, I believe design adds the most value when a visuals expert comes alongside the problem-solving process as another strategic lever you can pull. I see the most success for my clients when I join their process at the very beginning, rather than just beautification at the end. Here are a few ways I’ve worked with clients:
Acquired a stack of data but not sure how to succinctly share it? That’s where communication strategy comes into play. From pitch decks to research reports and catalogs, I work to simplify and organize mass amounts of information.
From research to facilitation and journey mapping, well-designed services result in the absence of frustration. And frustration-free experiences create loyal customers.