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Infographic Design

Wai Lun Ng (Alan) | Senior Design Studio | Project #3


Project Statement Client: Community Business Community Business is a unique membership based non-profit organisation whose mission is to lead, inspire and support businesses to improve their positive impact on people and communities. Community Business provides training, facilitation and advice to some of the world’s leading companies in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and its major areas of focus include: CSR strategy, community investment, diversity and inclusion and work-life balance. Founded in 2003 and based in Hong Kong, Community Business currently works with a number of organisations, small, medium and large, committed to CSR. For more information, visit www.communitybusiness.org

Target Audience: Middle class people who are from United States and United Kingdom.

Problem: There are many foreigners want to work in Hong Kong, but there are some negative facts about work-life that they should consider about.

Solution: Create an infographic poster that shows the facts of work-life in Hong Kong and the data by using illustrations.

Tone: Interesting and funny

Wai Lun Ng (Alan) | Senior Design Studio | Project #3


Inspiration

Wai Lun Ng (Alan) | Senior Design Studio | Project #3


Sketches

Wai Lun Ng (Alan) | Senior Design Studio | Project #3


First Comp

WORK LIFE FACTS

2012

HONG KONG

1 8%

8 2.5%

people work 10 to 20 hours overtime per week

people said they suffered stress

Based on a survey of

1,0 2 7

employees in Hong Kong

6% people an extra 20 hours or more per month

The average working week is 49.6 hours

4 9.6 hours

6 2.4% people do not get paid for overtime

1/3

4 5.6% people did not mind to work overtime work without extra pay

Many employers just pay

$3.6 US

2 7% people take sick leave in order to recover from working long hours

AS A RESULT

people feel exhaustion resulting from their jobs

4 6.4% people report poor diet because of their jobs

Most Hong Kong people tend to stay in low energy

minium hourly rate

Wai Lun Ng (Alan) | Senior Design Studio | Project #3


SHOULD YOU WORK IN

Hong Kong is a special administrative region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC). It is situated on China's south coast and, enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, it is known for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbour. With a land mass of 1,104 km2 (426 sq mi) and a population of seven million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world

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in Hong Kong

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Based on a survey of

Work

4 9.6 hours

1 8%

6%

people work 10 to 20 hours overtime per week

people an extra 20 hours or more per month

6 2.4%

people do not get paid for overtime

people did not mind to work overtime work without extra pay

{ $3.6 0 US

The Legislative Council voted to accept

$ $ $

minium hourly rate in 2011

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1/3

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The average working week is

It affects most medium class people monthly salary to be

$1 5 0 0 US - $2 5 0 0 US

........................................ Living

However, housing is the most expensive thing in Hong Kong, and depending on your needs, you can expect a high percentage of your salary to be spent on a small but perfectly formed apartment. The tiny, older Chinese-style apartments will always be more reasonably priced, but may not afford you the space you'd like

$1 0 0 0 US + The cost for a one bedroom can be around

........................................ As a result

Many Hong Kong people need to work so hard for balancing their expense

8 2.5%

4 5.6%

people suffered stress

people feel exhaustion resulting from their jobs

4 6.4%

2 7%

people report poor diet because of their jobs

people take sick leave in order to recover from working long hours

........................................ And this is the energy bar of most Hong Kong people

BY COMMUNITY BUSINESS www.communitybusiness.org

Community Business Infographic Design  

It is a infographic design which talks about the working facts in Hong Kong