Your annual report can be so much more than numbers. Try these 7 tips to turn it into an exciting and compelling story that keeps people captivated.
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Annual reports don’t have to be boring. Here are 50 annual report design examples that are brilliant, bold, and inspiring visual masterpieces.
Want to make your reports more interesting and engaging? Follow these tips to create beautiful report design that draws people into your content.
How do you make your report design more appealing, easier to synthesize, and more memorable? Include data visualization. Here’s how.
What do you do with old cornerstone content? Turn those e-books, reports, and more into interesting, engaging infographics.
Here’s the interesting science behind why a well-designed report makes it easier for people to read—and remember—your reports.
Your annual report is more than a report—it’s a story of your brand. Here’s how and why you need to tell a great story to your audience.
Project Spotlight: Robin Hood Foundation Annual Report We recently had the honor of partnering with Robin Hood Foundation (RHF) to develop their 2014 Annual Report. An NYC-based non-profit organization with a mission to fight poverty, RHF’s multiple community programs serve New York’s poor. We are very proud of this project, which was fulfilling for our…
We are really grateful to have the chance to collaborate with a variety of organizations doing fantastic work. Kroched Kids intl. is the latest non-profit we teamed with to create their unique annual report.For every project, half of the magic is in the making, so we love to share some of the behind-the-scenes with you. Here, the team chats about how it came to be.
Just the thought of reading a company’s annual report is enough to make most eyes go blurry, but it doesn’t have to be so. If designed well and presented in the right format, annual reports are an exceptional way to present company milestones from the previous year, as well as highlight company culture—without boring readers…