Sidecar Studio helps you to explain tricky, technical or scientific subjects, so the right people understand what you have to say.
Do you have a message you need to get across to particular people?
We’re wordsmiths and information wranglers who help you to make sense of large amounts of info, work out what you’re trying to say and who you’re saying it to – then we propose the most effective ways to get that information across. Maybe that’s content for your website, maybe it’s a TV ad, maybe it’s a carefully worded conversation.
Please get in touch if you need some help to simplify tricky, technical or scientific subjects.
We’re full-spectrum communicators
What does this mean? We’ll help you to be heard.
We help you to understand the problem you’re trying to solve and to determine who you’re really communicating with.
We design and write friendly, human-sounding messages people are willing to read and even respond to.
We interview subject matter specialists and extract information to write about their work in a way that shows people how interesting and relevant it is.
We coach people who need to look and sound credible and compelling. We teach them to use their appearance and the words they write and speak so they’re seen and heard.
We use humour or left-of-centre approaches to get people to pay attention to subjects they usually avoid.
We write accurate and easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and procedures.
We draw and teach people to draw to capture information and make meetings more engaging and useful.
To see examples of recent work, check our Portfolio page.
We’re a bolt-on resource for small and large organisations, helping them to communicate when they feel overwhelmed or stuck.
Hello, I’m Suzy Cooper
Hi, I’m Suzy Cooper. I am Sidecar Studio. When I’ve been saying ‘we’ I mainly mean ‘me’, along with other communications professionals I team up with to deliver larger jobs.
I’m a writer, business process analyst, persuader, editor, speaking coach, image and brand consultant, straight-talker and lateral thinker. If you’d like to know more about my background you can read more here.
Why is Sidecar Cat wearing a motorbike helmet?
Sidecar Cat has her motorbike helmet on and she’s ready to ride. Actually, she’s ready to passenge. In a sidecar. (Cats have short arms and can’t ride motorbikes.)
Motorbikes are associated with adventures.
People (and cats) riding motorbikes on adventures wear helmets.
Sidecars bolt on to motorbikes for adventures with companions – then detach when a person (or, more likely, the solitary creature: the cat) wants to continue alone.
Sidecar Studio is a lively, adventurous and unconventional bolt-on communications resource. Sidecar Cat epitomises this spirit.