The charity had a vision for how they wanted to illustrate the important work they do – an especially difficult challenge in light of recent negative press around the charity sector.
After several successful projects with Article Ten in recent years, they looked to us to help them bring their incredible story to life.
We knew we wanted to do something impactful with this project, but before we could run with it, we needed a concept to tie it all together.
Close collaboration with the Save the Children team, intense research and multiple brainstorms later, we knew we had it: The Smaller Picture.
The concept, which highlights the focus on the individual children and charity staff (instead of simply the ‘bigger picture’ information), would go on to inform and permeate every element of the campaign, from design to wording to tone.
To tell the story of The Smaller Picture in the most compelling way, we developed a patchwork approach, interviewing Save the Children staff from across the world and collecting captivating stories to go far beyond a simple PDF deliverable.
“It really feels like a partnership between us and Article Ten, sitting down with the designers, writers and wider team discussing how it should look together.” – Charlotte Green, Head of Organisational Communications at Save the Children International
Our strategy incorporated three core elements: a visually stunning annual report design, an introductory teaser video to the campaign as a whole and a beautiful website to explore the individual stories further.
The Smaller Picture is a campaign that Save the Children can champion for years to come and a cause that can help shine a light on the people and stories that really matter.
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