Design/branding of Australia's Environment report
- Durum: Open
- Ödül: $1500
- Alınan Girdiler: 25
We are an Australian research centre and every year produce a report on the state of Australia's Environment. We are looking for a distinct style to use across our digital and printed media, which includes a web-based data explorer, an annual fact sheet and a live briefing event. At the moment most of our audience arrives via [login to view URL] or [login to view URL] where you can find all our current products. We wish to apply a common style across our products that uses at least a common colour palette, typography, and any other visual style elements (e.g. icons as a visual contents guide, a logo or use of photos as vignettes, etc - that's for you to decide). The focus is on a recognisable style rather than a brand.
I would hope to see submissions as some sample fact sheet pages, briefing slides, perhaps even a draft re-imagined landing page, web explorer or loose style elements - whatever you want to use to demonstrate your style ideas. The current material (via links above) should provide plenty of material to work with, but I can field any concrete questions throughout.
I don't expect a full set of (reusable) templates or comprehensive brand book, or use-ready elements - rather examples of some great style ideas that will help us decide to continue to work (via [login to view URL]) with the chosen designer and implement it across our products.
The reports aim to provide factual information about Australia's degrading environment on an annual basis, so it needs to have a serious and informative tone. The style should be relevant to the Australian environment (but no overused Australian icons such as flags, kangeroos etc). Probably earthy colors typical of Australia's environment (red-brown, olive green etc) but happy to be surprised. Some style nods to the university ([login to view URL]) that our centre is part of would be nice but not imperative.