Homelessness Prevention Week 2015 - Infographic
- Tình trạng: Closed
- Giải thưởng: $300
- Các bài thi đã nhận: 8
- Người chiến thắng: xsodia
Tóm tắt cuộc thi
Homelessness Prevention Week is 3-9 August
We need an infographic to use in our local community to raise the awareness of individuals to the issues of homelessness,
The infograhic will be printed onto posters, attached to media releases, sent via email and disseminated via social media platforms.
Here is a link to a similar infographic related to HPW - we like this style: [login to view URL]
We particularly like the 'Journey of Homelessness' section and would like this replicated on our infographic
You could replicate the causes of homelessness on this inforgraphic also - although this is not essential
Both these items are Australian wide statistics and should be included in the 'australia' section
The infographic should be clean and easy to read - there are no specific colour schemes - please use your creativity.
The tone and style should be relaxed, informative and trustworthy
If using illustrations of people - please make sure they are ethnically diverse
Data for the infographic is included in the attached word document. This can be reflected graphically or pictorially - we will answer any queries submitted to assist you in interpreting the data.
Please keep the following sections of the inforgraphic distinct from eachother:
- In Australia
- In Boroondara
- Rooming Houses
- A bite to eat
- What you can do?
Please leave a piece of white space available for the inclusion of 4-5 logos. Logos will be provided to the contest winner to assist in finalizing the document.
File formats required include:
- Print Ready PDF in A4, A3 and A2 formats
- PDF with not margins or bleeds
- JPG of entire infographic
- JPG of each of the 5 sections mentioned above
- Original design file is EPS format or similar
Any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us
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