Hello. I'm Nia, a content designer and writer
based in Cardiff, Wales.
You can find me at Tidy Content, a small studio dedicated to solving problems and improving communication through meaningful content.
We work with different organisations including Marie Curie, Scope, the RNLI and UWE Bristol.
Who I work with
In 2016, Adrian Ortega and I set up a content studio called Tidy Content. We help organisations like Scope and the RNLI create clear, relevant and useful content that meets user needs.
Naturally enthusiastic and collaborative, I’ve had the opportunity to bring my curiosity, creativity and strong work ethic to exciting projects over the years.
Experienced in writing and editing health and social care information, I'm currently on a contract with Marie Curie where I support the team to:
understand the needs of people affected by terminal illness and bereavement
implement content design principles
work towards achieving the PIF Tick.
Marie Curie - supporting the content team to move towards content design and achieve the PIF Tick.
Scope - working with the content design team and subject experts to develop online guidance for their website.
RNLI - storytelling with the RNLI, turning the organisation's history into engaging stories for the walls of their visitor’s centres.
UWE Bristol - redeveloping their extensive intranet content into a series of useful tasks and guides.
PILIPALA - journey mapping, brand voice development, and designing evidence-based content to help people manage and learn more about their thyroid condition.
Communicating with care and empathy in a time of crisis
When anxiety is high and things feel bleak, it’s more important than ever to be considerate and empathetic in how and what we communicate.