Newsletters

A good newsletter divulges news with art as well as clarity. Whether assigning and managing creatives (writers, photographers, graphic designers, etc.), managing the publication process, or the board of directors, creating newsletters takes a certain temperment and passion. Below you can see some examples of where The Iris Company was deeply involved in creation, management and execution.

The Leader was an 8-page quarterly newsletter for a non-profit that we expanded to 28-32 pages, totally redesigning content and look.

Another non-profit, The Capital Network, wanted a nice-looking newsletter that would keep its constituents — venture capitalists and other technology investors — interested and involved.

The TIRIS News sample was for a periodic company-sponsored newsletter on RFID.

The Leader Q3 2001 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q2 2001 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q1 2001 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q4 2000 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q3 2000 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q2 2000 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q1 2000 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q4 1999 — Austin Software Council

The Leader Q3 1999 — Austin Software Council

Capital Update Spring 2001

Capital Update Winter 2000

Capital Update Fall 2000

Capital Update Spring 2000

TIRIS News

Others:

Book Review: The Checklist Manifesto, RFWaves, August 2010, p. 6-7

Schlumberger ASC CSU-D Newsletter, Q3 1986

‘Poi’ Definitions buried in sea of mustard, ketchup Schlumberger Hill Country Log 1986