What did WW want to achieve?
The objective was to create an inclusive environment, where diabetes sufferers would be able to gain long-term group support and have access to healthy living plans, workshops and useful dietary information.
The materials WW envisaged consisted of a 28-page Pocket Guide to Healthy Eating, and the interactive Diabetes Prevention Programme Workbook.
And, having recently rebranded, maintaining the new WW brand identity was really important – even when preparing Arabic or Urdu versions of the booklets.
What we did for WW
- Re-version several items of existing literature, so creating a master version of the WW Pocket Guide to Healthy Eating.
- Once approved by WW, we created ten different language versions including several Indic languages and Arabic.
- The final deliverables being both print-ready and web-ready versions.
- Create 10 language versions of the Diabetes Prevention Programme Workbook an interactive introduction to the local service provide by WW to
diabetes sufferers, enabling goals to be set and recorded.
- Again, the final deliverables were print-ready and web-ready versions.
Smart workflow wins the day!
With a tight delivery deadline and a fixed budget, using smart workflow technology to streamline the entire process was the only way to go.
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