TylerBale enjoys awards success

Steve TylerCompany, Writing

Army&You, the flagship magazine we publish on behalf of the Army Families Federation (AFF), has scooped a silver award at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) PRide Awards. After being selected for a six-strong shortlist in the Best External Publication category, the quarterly title impressed a national panel of judges to take the second-place prize in the South of … Read More

Winter’s Army&You hits homes

Steve TylerCompany, Writing

SAY hello to the winter 2014 issue of Army&You, the quarterly magazine we publish on behalf of the Army Families Federation (AFF). We work closely with the AFF’s editorial team to produce the title, which reached the lion’s share of 50,000 members of the wider Army community. Aside from our usual task of coming up with accessible, lively designs for the 68-page publication, … Read More

Five steps to crafting clever copy

Steve TylerWriting

Having looked at proofreading and interviewing, we thought we would continue our series on all things communications by looking at the most crucial part of the process – writing. The way we communicate – or, more specifically, the channels available to us – has changed dramatically in a short space of time. You don’t have to go back too far … Read More

Six tips for insightful interviews

Steve TylerWriting

In an age of constantly-recycled content clogging up cyberspace, it is a source of joy for the TylerBale team that much of our work requires us to go out and speak to people to gain exclusive material. From the business leaders we talk to in the course of putting together each issue of Working Capital to the celebrities featured in the pages … Read More

Five tips for perfect proofreading

Steve TylerEditing, Writing

WHETHER we are putting together a magazine, writing a press release or composing a feature article for a client, one of the most important aspects of our work is accuracy. Getting to grips with your subject and being able to write clearly and with an engaging tone is one thing, but combining that with making sure the facts and figures are … Read More