Graphic design skills needed for knitting booklet for premature babies

Graphic design skills needed for knitting booklet for premature babies

Graphic design skills needed for knitting booklet for premature babies
The Neonatal Trust

Estimated Time: 4 - 6 Hours Over 1 - 1 Weeks

We have some InDesign files that were used for the publication of a small knitting booklet. These need to have a few adjustments and then changed from layout for A5 print, to a A4 digital PDF. We are looking for someone who has graphic design skills and use indesign

Working location

Can be worked on remotely, after an initial catch up to talk through requirements

Proposed project steps with time estimates

As we have existing InDesign files, this task should be a quick job!

Meet first to talk through what will be detailed requirements (1 hour)
Redesign of booklet as per brief discussed, review, incorporate any changes and agree final design (3- 5 hours)

All work can be completed remote

What We Have In Place

We have existing InDesign files, photos and all information ready to go.
Here's an example of current support document on knitting: The benefits of knitting:

The Neonatal Trust
Family Support
Good Cause
Health - Children
Health - Family
Maternal Health
Mental Health
Parental Support
Wellbeing - Children
To support families through the stress and anxiety of a neonatal journey (with a premature of sick full-term baby). For these families, we wish "To make a difficult start to life that little bit easier"
What we Do
The Neonatal Trust has three objectives: 1. The primary focus for the Trust is supporting parents by helping them in whatever way we can to get through what is usually a very traumatic time. Neonatal Trust volunteers, the vast majority of whom have had babies in one of the country's five NICUs, work to reduce the stress typically felt by families with premature or ill babies. They visit parents in the NICUs to assess individual needs, which can range from wanting access to information, to practical, financial or emotional help. 2. The second aim of the Trust is to assist the NICUs in practical ways such as purchasing or contributing to the cost of equipment and funding for staff to attend neonatal educational seminars or other professional development. 3. The third aim of the Trust is to aid neonatal-related medical research. These objectives are delivered on in a range of different ways. To view a gallery of examples of our support, head here:
The Neonatal Trust