Annual Report Design
From design and layout to well written copy, we know how to design annual reports that effectively communicate your message.
Annual Report Design
We’ll save your staff time, stress, and hassle by taking the reigns and spearheading the entire project from start to finish. Corporate communication is important and getting the message just right is always our end goal. Let us provide the visuals and content so you can relax and focus on other important parts of your business.
At ArtVersion, our objective is to deliver clear and accessible shareholder information that not only complies with statutory requirements, but also makes your investment story credible through the use of appropriate visual content. Financial Annual Reports should also continue the same creative graphic design elements and stylized charts and graphs. This section is often the most critical part of the annual report in the eyes of financial analysts, stockholders and company investors.
For many companies, the annual report is the only corporate literature sent to both financial institutions and shareholders. A strong design should ensure that your company communicates effectively with its readers. In collaboration with your staff, we will create an informative, attractive, and well designed annual report.
Corporate communications consists of the messages issued by corporations that are aimed at stakeholders and other interested parties. The goal of effective corporate communications is to advocate in favor of a frame of reference that is sympathetic to the organization’s own self-image. For corporations, the annual report is the single most critical method of disclosure there is. The document says, “Look at what we have accomplished thus far, and see what we are capable of in the future.” The annual book conveys to the reader details of the prior year’s successes and disappointments, and it gives insights into management’s goals for future years and how it plans to attain those goals. The pages within an annual report give a reader an opportunity to judge an organization, not so much on tables of data, but on its values, ideals, corporate culture, and governing philosophy.