NOVA designs a wide range of print and Web products for a range of clients from government agencies to private corporations. We work with you throughout the process, transforming ideas into finished products. Whether you are publishing educational booklets or developing a promotional compaign, NOVA presents your information attractively and creatively.
Our expert staff of in-house artists, designers, writers, editors, and proofreaders produces materials for both highly specialized audiences and the general reader. Our products include:
- PowerPoint presentations
- Product packaging
- Conference materials
- Low-literacy and plain language text
- Culturally sensitive materials
NOVA audiovisual support staff are experienced with many facets of onsite meeting support. Staff perform premeeting walk-throughs of the meeting site, installation and testing of PowerPoint presentations on onsite computers for use during meetings, and operate and provide troubleshooting support for audiovisual equipment (laptop computers, LCD projectors, and slide projectors) during the meeting. From informal conference calls to complicated video conferencing arrangements between several sites, NOVA A/V staff are trained and equipped to handle assignments of all kinds in a multitude of settings.
Sobrevivientes de cáncer
To reach the Hispanic community with a strong message of hope about cancer
survivorship, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) asked NOVA to develop a
poster to be distributed to health care providers for display in their
offices. Based on our experience and research with Hispanic audiences we
designed a poster to invoke feelings of hope, love, and unity that would
resonate within the Hispanic population. Through the use of an intimate
Hispanic family portrait the poster is also designed to counter cultural
values such as "fatalismo" that may impede the health of Hispanics and that
research has shown to be prevalent in the Hispanic community.
The NCI President's Cancer Panel wanted to create a logo that reinforces a positive, hopeful image for the future. The three-quarter sun gives a sense of "many bright tomorrows" for cancer survivors, their families, friends, and the American public. The PCP monitors the development and execution of the activities of the National Cancer Program and reports directly to the President.