The Rail Working Group

SDG white paper / RWG climate change “green” paper: design projects

Commissioned by The Rail Working Group to design the layout and visuals for a white paper with the core argument, “Promoting sustainable growth and combating global climate change: How the Luxembourg Rail Protocol to the Cape Town Convention supports the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals”, led to the creation of various infographics – presenting data with a clear and conceptual approach.

Much to the delight of the client, the SDG white paper design layout (along with its visual concepts) swiftly and effectively lent itself as the basis for the RWG climate change “green” paper – highlighting further the climate-friendly advantages of rail.

To engage and guide the reader with design balance using words, infographics, colour treatment, combined with rail symbolism acting as a “red thread” through-out, reflects the strength, flexibility and power of visual messaging across a broad spectrum of communication mediums.

l highly enjoyed working on both papers, not only from a creative point of view, yet also from the purposeful perspective of contributing my professional design skills to the global climate change dialogue.

Client Testimonial

Howard Rosen CBE, MA (Oxon) TEP

Principal, Howard Rosen Solicitors, Zug

Managing Director of Rosetrust AG, Zug

Chairman Rail Working Group

Liz Hitchman is our first port of call for brochures, presentations, and other print materials of all kinds. She is quick to grasp what we need, and consistently provides us with creative, insightful and interesting solutions to communicate our messaging. Her attention to detail and total  professionalism, along with her unwavering reliability and responsiveness at every stage of the process – from first discussions to delivery of the printed materials – make her an outstanding partner and a pleasure to work with.

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