ProEdit has won a thirteenth APEX Award.
ProEdit submits some of the team’s favorite work for consideration in the APEX Awards. This year, our team was honored to receive an APEX Award in the Annual Reports – Print category.
The competition draws writers, designers, and communicators from across the industry. ProEdit’s latest submission was the formatting of the 2021-2022 Proposed Budget for a Connecticut School District. We designed the document for print and digital with branded colors and logos, facing pages, screenshots, and bright, bold headings.
The APEX Award winners list recognizes the project’s lead technical writer, ProEdit’s founder Doug Davis. Doug would also like to recognize the contributions of several other writers and editors on the ProEdit team.
“I am very proud of everyone at ProEdit. You all work hard every day, and this award is just another affirmation that we do great work for our clients. Good job.”
- 2021 – Award of Excellence, Annual Reports – Print
- 2019 – Grand Award, Electronic Media
- 2018 – Award of Excellence, Electronic Media
- 2017 – Award of Excellence, Technical and Technology Writing
- 2015 – Award of Excellence, Infographics
- 2014 – Award of Excellence, Education & Training Campaigns, Programs & Plans
- 2013 – Award of Excellence, Education & Training Brochures, Manuals & Reports
- 2012 – Award of Excellence, Product & Software Manuals
- 2009 – Award of Excellence, Technical Writing
- 2007 – Grand Award, Brochures, Manuals & Reports
- 2007 – Award of Excellence, One-of-a-Kind – Web and Electronic Publication
- 2006 – Award of Excellence, Web and Intranet Site Content & Writing
- 2006 – Award of Excellence, Hardware & Software Manuals
Society of Technical Communication Awards
- 2009 – Merit Award, Online Communication Competition
- 2009 – Merit Award, Technical Publication Competition
- 2006 – Merit Award, Online Communication Competition
- 2006 – Merit Award, Technical Publication Competition
- 1998 – Achievement, Printed Publication Competition
- 1996 – Sustaining Organization