Forum for the Future

Simplifying Data

Forum for the Future is a non-profit working globally with businesses, governments and other organisations to solve complex sustainability challenges.
With Forum, G.A.S. works to simplify information through the design of publications that are distributed across summits to various stakeholders and policy makers over the world. Together, we have worked on projects for Aditya Birla Group, Unicef & the British Government and the Government of Odisha

 

Project

To design for Forum’s creative requirements across it’s various corporate collaborations.

The Work

Forum’s content is filled with heavy research and data. Our task is to read, understand and simplify that research into communication products that are not overwhelming to its audience.

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GAS regularly help us communicate complex information in an engaging yet professional way. They interpret briefs quickly, and provide creative and practical solutions.

Anna Warrington, Director, Forum For The Future

 
 
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Unicef | Scenarios for South Asia 2030

Exploring Different possible futures & their implications for Children

 
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Odisha Government Energy Report

Exploring Different possible futures & their implications for Children

Forum’s content is filled with heavy research and data. Our task is to read, understand and simplify that research into communication products that are not overwhelming to its audience.

 
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ILLUSTRATION EXAMPLES

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Odisha Government Energy Report

Exploring Different possible futures & their implications for Children

Forum’s content is filled with heavy research and data. Our task is to read, understand and simplify that research into communication products that are not overwhelming to its audience.

 
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