‘Last year I decided to enter a global competition that was looking for ideas on how we can evolve global governance. I was very challenged by how I would condense an explanation of my ideas into a format that would meet the competition requirements.
‘Throughout the entire process, I was continually in awe of how Dean could digest large amounts of information to produce writing that communicated all of the important details in such a short amount of words. This is an incredible talent I know others would benefit from.’
—Paul Forest, Concept Architect, Cluster
Words are the fabric which clothes your thought: the closer this fabric fits the contours of your thought, the more confidence you feel knowing that you are presenting yourself and your message at its best—and that your message will resonate with your audience.
Your message is important. Presentation is important. The medium is the message, and if you want to look your best, you’ve got to cut the cloth to fit the garment.
For a message of complexity, you require a tailor, a master craftsman who is able to unravel the skeins of complexity, cut and sew the fabric of English into an elegant message which not only fits your voice intimately, answering your needs and desires in the way only Bespoke Document Tailoring can, but is strategically designed to get your reader saying Yes to your message by placing ‘the best words in the best order.’
Such elegance of form is more than a matter of simple ‘skin-deep’ cosmetics.
Like the harmonious synthesis of form and function in a Savile Row suit, it is a function of ‘content strategy’: the organizational form of the document at its deepest level, the strategic logical architecture which unconsciously compels persuasion.
Only an artisan with long experience of sculpting ideas with words can achieve this intuitive understanding of harmonious form and function, and after thirty years’ of wordsmithery, Dean Kyte has more than qualifications: he has a craftsman’s feel for words.
Sometimes the old-fashioned ways are the best.
There are things that technology can’t do, like provide ‘the human touch’ of a genuinely bespoke document, crafted by hand by a wordsmith whose tools of the trade—fountain pen and typewriter—aid that concentrated precision of thought articulated in the work of the best poets and novelists.
Experience the satisfying collaboration, discreet yet intimate, between client and tailor in the meticulous design and construction of your bespoke document, refined through successive ‘fittings’ until the words hug the contours of your thought as closely as a suit of clothes made uniquely for you.
Contact Dean Kyte for a private measure today. Or for more information, download a free brochure describing how Dean Kyte can provide Bespoke Document Tailoring to support your small business, your academic writing, or your creative writing.