Fact Sheet Design should be clear and easy to follow. They utilise one-sheet to present data in a format which emphasises key points concisely. When possible we use visual clues such as tables, bullet points and/or headings. Our government and corporate clients regularly need to impart information and a fact sheet is the perfect way to do it.
Solitary Islands Marine Park Fact Sheet Design
These marine fact sheets were developed on a template design and include mapping. They are double sided A4 sheets and were also produced as a downloaded pdf for the web.
Australian Taxation Office fact sheet design
A series of fact sheets was commissioned by the Australian Taxation Office to explain the obligations and regulations for Charities.
Lord Howe Island fact sheet design
We were required to develop an initial fact sheet template based on their style guidelines and then produce a series of fact sheets about Lord Howe Island. These were developed for both print (as an A4 folded to DL) and web.
Advisory Notes and Guidelines
Private Native Forestry – Advisory Notes, NSW Government
A series of 13 advisory notes was developed for the Department of Conservation. Topics included: Hollow Bearing Trees, Glossy Black-cockatoo, Yellow-Bellied Glider, Nectar Feed Trees, Fleshy Fruits – Food trees for wildlife, Roost & Nest Trees – Raptor & Water Birds, Bat Roosts, Flying-fox Camps, Koala Habitat, Old Growth Forest Trees, Cultural Heritage, Biodiversity, Threatened Species, Recovery Plans, Spotted-tail Quoll.
Identification Guidelines for Endangered Ecological Communities, NSW Government
Graphic Design and layout of numerous identification guidelines for Endangered Ecological Communities – how sad there are so many!
June 2012, The Office of Environment, Climate Change & Water
Coastal Cypress Pine Forest in the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Coastal Saltmarsh, Ecological Communities, Freshwater Wetlands on Coastal Floodplains (Freshwater Wetlands), Lowland Grassy Woodland in the South East Corner Bioregion, New England Peppermint (Eucalyptus nova-anglica) Woodland on Basalts and Sediments in the New England Tableland Bioregion, Grey Box – Grey Gum Wet Sclerophyll Forest in the NSW North Coast Bioregion, Robertson Basalt Tall Open Forest in the Sydney Basin Bioregion, Sandhill Pine Woodland in the Riverina, Murray–Darling Depression and NSW South Western Slopes Bioregions, Tableland Basalt Forest in the Sydney Basin and South Eastern Highlands Bioregions, Littoral Rainforest in the South East Corner, Sydney Basin and NSW North Coast bioregions, Lower Hunter Spotted Gum-Ironbark Forest in the Sydney Basin Bioregion, McKies Stringybark/ Blackbutt Open Forest … too many to list!