Health and environment
Data visualisation and infographics
Publication design and layout
Video and animation production
Digital and social media
The Compendium of WHO and other UN Guidance on health and environment is a comprehensive collection of global guidance for improving health through healthier environments. Providing access guidance and up to 500 actions in these areas of health and environment interventions, this publication covers a range of environmental factors such as air pollution, water, sanitation and hygiene, climate change and more.
To develop a design style and layout for the full Compendium document and then adapt this style throughout multiple communication tools used by the WHO to promote healthier environments for healthier people.
In order to represent the many environmental factors affecting climate and health, we designed and laid out a series of stylised motifs which held the overall look and feels together across the various designs and animations. These distinctly represented each of their respective themes, but collectively engaged well as a full set with their consistent line styles and patterning.
Social media tiles
Highlighting the different ways the Compendium looks to address the risks developing from environmental factors, we created social media tiles expressing healthier environments to encourage viewers to seek out solutions to these problems.
The Compendium discusses the various environmental health risks affecting industries, communities and countries while providing over 500 solutions to these changes. These infographics sought to promote the Compendium while providing a breakdown of how best to use the guide.
We created a series of web banners linking the environmental factors discussed within each chapter.
Promoting healthier solutions for healer people and communities, the Compendium animation can be used to tackle challenges within the environment and health. The animation begins by highlighting the global health challenges faced by many people, and continues to highlight how leaders and policy-makers can engage with the Compendium to transform situations into healthier environments for all.