Unlock the potential
of your research
All it takes is a retelling

Unlock the potential of your research
All it takes is a retelling

Retelling

We reinterpret complex research into digestible, accessible, and actionable formats. From two-page summaries to bitesize infographics, they’re ideal for presentations and applications.

Training

Perhaps you’ve been struggling to communicate your research succinctly, or you’d like to build skills in-house. Our training sessions show you how to think and talk about your work differently.

Educating

Our ‘Guide to Communicating Research Beyond Academia’ helps you to explain your work to decision-makers outside universities. Download two free chapters to see whether it’s for you.

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Training workshops
Guide to communicating research beyond academia

Retelling

We reinterpret complex research into digestible, accessible, and actionable formats. From two-page summaries to bitesize infographics, they’re ideal for presentations and applications.

Training

Perhaps you’ve been struggling to communicate your research succinctly, or you’d like to build skills in-house. Our training sessions show you how to think and talk about your work differently.

Educating

Our Guide to Communicating Research Beyond Academia helps you to explain your work to decision-makers outside universities. Download two free chapters to see whether it’s for you.

Why make your research more visual?

Our visual retellings help you to present your research to decision-makers with ease. As findings show, most people find visuals more engaging and actionable.

%

prefer images to text

%

more willing to read visualised content

%

better engagement with visualised content

Why make your research more visual?

Our visual retellings help you to present your research to decision-makers with ease. As findings show, most people find visuals more engaging and actionable.

%

prefer images to text

%

more willing to read visualised content

%

better engagement with visualised content

“I found it energising to work with Research Retold and their tools and techniques were powerful. Their storyboarding helped us to reach a person-centred approach to communicating information about social prescribing. The comic strip unlocked rich conversation and deeper understanding. We gained great value from it.”
Helen Sims, Business Growth Manager

“Research Retold had a sensitivity to the ideas which I as a researcher wanted to get across. They also had the design skills to turn those ideas into something that people outside academia really wanted to engage with.”
Dr James Harrison, Reader, University of Warwick

“Not only have they produced beautiful designs, they have also given us excellent advice, worked to deadlines and were really welcoming of feedback. Most importantly the resulting impact report is superb and we are very proud.”
Dr Rebecca McKelvey, Founder and Director, in2scienceUK

“I found it energising to work with Research Retold and their tools and techniques were powerful. Their storyboarding helped us to reach a person-centred approach to communicating information about social prescribing. The comic strip unlocked rich conversation and deeper understanding. We gained great value from it.”

Helen Sims, Business Growth Manager, Voluntary Action Sheffield

“Research Retold had a sensitivity to the ideas which I as a researcher wanted to get across. They also had the design skills to turn those ideas into something that people outside academia really wanted to engage with.”
Dr James Harrison, Reader, University of Warwick

“Not only have they produced beautiful designs, they have also given us excellent advice, worked to deadlines and were really welcoming of feedback. Most importantly the resulting impact report is superb and we are very proud.”
Dr Rebecca McKelvey, Founder and Director, in2scienceUK

“I found it energising to work with Research Retold and their tools and techniques were powerful. Their storyboarding helped us to reach a person-centred approach to communicating information about social prescribing. The comic strip unlocked rich conversation and deeper understanding. We gained great value from it.”

Helen Sims, Business Growth Manager, Voluntary Action Sheffield

“With their advice and guidance, I was able to translate complex research findings into a language and style of communication that is accessible and interesting to non-experts.”

Prof Julie MacLeavy, Professor of Economic Geography, University of Bristol

“The briefing assisted with the presentation of our research findings from the second stage of our research project and enabled them to be portrayed in an engaging manner which for our policy audience was very important.”

Pf Adrian Smith, Professor of Human Geography and Dean for Research, Queen Mary University London

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