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Descipher is about communication. You have a story – and Descipher has the tools to help you tell it.
Sarah Wilcox has seven years’ experience writing creative and engaging web content and magazine articles. She specialises in science writing and plain English communication.
“I love the challenge of translating complex information for a public audience. I’m a natural communicator and ‘people person’. I have an honours degree in chemistry and a postgraduate diploma in heritage materials science.”
Wrote text, sourced images and documented processes for a refreshed website. Curious Minds is a Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) initiative.
Production of factsheets profiling research in New Zealand’s marine protected areas. Wrote text, sourced images and used diagrams to help DOC tell their stories to the public and to the project sponsor.
Full website production – client liaison, project management, site architecture, text writing, image sourcing, content loading – for a new website in Victoria University’s responsive template.
Writing, editing and laying out the university’s magazines using InDesign and Photoshop. DefiningNZ is also published on the iPad.
View definingnz website for examples of Descipher’s work.
As a crew member of Gareth Morgan’s (fabulous) trip to Antarctica in 2012, Sarah blogged about what she was seeing and learning each day. In the following year, she gave 40 talks to schools, churches and other community groups.
Producing a promotional video for the Faculty of Science at Victoria University of Wellington.
Curating a fun project to celebrate and promote the International Year of Chemistry in 2011. 150 knitters from Hawaii to Scotland to New Zealand raced to secure an element to knit.
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