Use your design skills to help chickens

Use your design skills to help chickens

Use your design skills to help chickens
Animals Aotearoa

Estimated Time: 4 - 10 Hours Over 1 - 2 Weeks

Animals Aotearoa is a small, new organisation focusing on significantly improving welfare for the millions of chickens bred for meat. We need 4-6 simple images (line drawings) created to illustrate the key aspects of our NZ Chicken Commitment (NZCC) [https://www.animalsaotearoa.org/new-zealand-chicken-commitment.html]. If possible, we'd like to also have an infographic created with these positive images, and some to illustrate the negative aspects of what chickens bred for meat currently suffer. We would, of course, provide the wording for the infographic and full guidance on what is needed for the images. The core of our work is to engage with companies in Aotearoa who sell chicken meat, persuading them to implement the NZCC to create much better lives for these birds. Having these images to illustrate and simplify our ask to companies and to the public, will really assist what we can achieve.

Working location

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Proposed project steps with time estimates

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Discuss brief - 30 minutes
First draft of images - (4 hours) within one week
Feedback on images - within two days
Second/final draft - (2 hours) within one week
Feedback on images - within two days
Third/final draft - (2 hours) within one week
Sign off on final images - within two days.

If available to also work on images for an infographic - timing TBA

What We Have In Place

We will provide a detailed brief, with examples of reference images.
We will provide the wording to accompany the infographic, if this additional task can be undertaken.


Animals Aotearoa
Animals
Civil Rights
Education
Food
Good Cause
Auckland
Mission
Ending the suffering of farmed animals. Kia mutu ai te whakataumaha i ngā kararehe pāmu.
What we Do
At Animals Aotearoa, we work to end the suffering and exploitation of farmed animals in Aotearoa. Our focus is on helping chickens bred for meat, as they suffer potentially the worst lives of any farmed animals, and they are farmed in the largest number – approximately 120 million per year. We also advance education and raise awareness about animal welfare, and promote sustainable and less harmful alternative forms of food production.