UNICEF & WHO 20 Years of JRF


Reducing the burden on countries and providing the international community with consistent immunization data.


Visual identity for 20th anniversary of "Joint Reporting Form" a UNICEF and WHO initiative to improve the vacination data in all countries. 


Credits: Concept & Design: Iván Aguado. Motion graphics: Isaac Claramunt. Agency: Elkanodata




Joint Reporting Form.

In an effort to strengthen collaboration and minimize the reporting burden, WHO and UNICEF jointly collect information through a standard questionnaire (the Joint Reporting Form) sent to all Member States.




Research.

Concept.

JRF collects information from many parts of the world in order to reduce the burden on countries and to provide the international community with consistent immunization data.

By representing the map of the world in data sliders, we reference the world of data provided by the countries who participate in JRF.

JRF turns 20 years and all data collected around the world is stored and analyzed. The number 20 represents the union of the data that appear on the world map.




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Visual Identity.

The logo of the visual identity works in small by simplifying the colors and changing them for 3 unions that refer to information flow. 

We have created tree proposals, one horizontal and two other vertical, simplifying the Joint Reporting Form ' by'JRF'.
Typography and Colors.

We propose to use the VAG Rounded typography as it is related to the graphic proposal of the rounded number 20.

The selected colors represent Technology (dark blue), Vaccination (light blue) and Science (yellow).


Visual Elements.
Print.
Stationery.
Social Media.
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