Published August 2020
The pressure is growing for companies to be transparent by disclosing their supplier lists, so they become more accountable for the social and environmental impacts of their business. However, some small business are worried that it takes too long, costs too much, or that their supply chains aren't perfect.  
I was hired by Traidcraft Exchange to art direct and design a 28-page guide for ethical businesses to support them in achieving supply chain transparency. The guide explains the benefits of supply chain transparency and includes a step-by-step practical guide to getting started. As part of the brief, I commissioned illustrator Joseph Carrington to create a series of illustrations throughout the guide.
"Heather was a delight to work with. The design and illustration of the transparency guide really brought alive the transparency recommendations in the guide which resonated with our target audience and made it much more accessible for the companies we wanted to reach.  Investing in good design is definitely money well spent"
Stephanie Brookes
Project Manager, Traidcraft Exchange
This publication was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of Traidcraft Exchange and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.

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