Thursday, 6 February 2014

Breaking Down Barriers

Thames Reach is a London based charity which helps homeless and vulnerable people to live in decent homes and offers support to build supportive relationships. The ultimate goal is to end street homelessness.

Thames Reach’s work has been brought to life in this new report which looks at how the organisation is equipping people to find their own solutions to overcome homelessness and social exclusion. Entitled ‘Breaking Down Barriers’, the report features case studies of Thames Reach staff and the people who use its services, and identifies the key themes for the next three years which form the basis for the 2013-2016 Thames Reach business plan.
The size of the report is 235x165mm, portrait, saddle stitched. The format is 32pp self cover - which at this size means that the whole report is printed on one sheet of B1 paper - this was part of the brief to be a cost effectively produced piece of literature.
The report is printed on our Shiro Echo, Bright White 120gsm (100% recycled) Printed CMYK offset litho throughout.
The black saddle stitches are offset from their normal position and aligns with the grid on which the text is designed.
A clear, concise and cost effective communications tool, the review is essential for raising awareness and pitching increased funding from both the public and local authorities.
Design is by Imagination. Creative direction and design is by Gareth Nicholls.
The publication is printed offset litho in four colour process (CMYK) by Pureprint. Stuart Tanner at Pureprint managed the print production and my thanks to Stuart for supplying me with some file copies.
Posted by Justin Hobson 06.02.2014

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