Design and Production of Health Awareness Brochures
Smoke-Free Ontario, The Lung Association, Ministry of Health of Ontario
Asthma in Children
Objective: To design and produce an informative and engaging brochure series promoting health awareness, specifically targeting asthma management, the impacts of smoking on children, and smoking cessation.
Background: The joint venture between Smoke-Free Ontario, The Lung Association, and the Ministry of Health of Ontario aimed to disseminate crucial health information to the Ontario community.
Design Concept: The design needed to be clear, compelling, and resonate with a diverse audience. It was important to use imagery and colors that conveyed a positive and hopeful message.
Content Layout: Information was presented in an easy-to-read format, incorporating bullet points and structured headers to guide readers through the content.
Print Preparation: The files were meticulously prepared for print, ensuring that the colors, formatting, and quality would remain consistent and high-quality in physical form.
Simplifying complex medical information into an accessible format.
Designing a brochure that would appeal to both adults and children.
Collaborating with health professionals to distill information into key takeaways.
Using vibrant images and colors to draw attention and encourage reading.
Outcome: The brochures were successfully distributed and received positive feedback for their informative and user-friendly design. They served as a valuable resource in community health centers, schools, and clinics.
Conclusion: This project illustrated the power of well-designed informational material in public health initiatives and the importance of clear communication in promoting societal well-being.