‘Report 17 – Building a Reporting Framework Fit for Purpose’ brings together over three years of the McGuinness Institute’s research and analysis of the New Zealand reporting framework – the country’s information infrastructure. Report 17 is a major publication from policy Project ReportingNZ, which aims to contribute to a discussion on how to build an informed Aotearoa New Zealand. The report reviews New Zealand’s external reporting framework and assesses whether it is fit for purpose, then suggests a series of recommendations on what actions could be undertaken to ensure the reporting framework provides the necessary information required.
As an informative, text heavy publication, my aim was to highlight key information through use of colour, clean layout and infographics. I created a spread of key Research Highlights to pull all this information together visually in one place.
Project design managed as the lead designer at the McGuinness Institute.
EDITORIAL –– INFOGRAPHICS –– PRINT
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