Publication DesignSWEAT Good Practice Guide
Impact Consulting supports social development organizations to better understand and have greater impact with their work through innovative monitoring, evaluation and learning solutions.
Sex Workers Education & Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT) is an organization with a 20-year track record advocating for and delivering services to South African Sex Workers, working at both a policy level and directly to support sex workers to support their families and advocating throughout Africa.
Impact Consulting supported SWEAT to hold a “good practice workshop” with 19 national implementing partners that reflected on the wealth of learning and experience that emerged from the NACOSA-funded Red Umbrella Programme. They needed a way to present the findings that would be engaging and useful for their partners and project teams.
I worked closely with Impact Consulting to design a publication that beautifully and functionally told the story of the program and documented lessons that could be used to expand learning and improve implementation of future sex-worker programming. The finished result was a 75-page publication with custom graphics that highlighted the challenges and opportunities for the sector and outlined initiatives, such as creative space workshops, that other partners could use. I used only two colors throughout the document as a cost-savings measure for the organization without losing visual interest.
Preparation of document for online use and professional printing
Photgraphy by Jonx Pillemer