Global Mobility Housing Study
Lexicon helps companies manage staffing needs for overseas operations. They handle taxes, cultural issues, home sales, and other details involved in relocating employees.
In 2016, they partnered with the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) to conduct a Global Mobility Housing Study. Global mobility professionals can use the data from this study to create and adapt regional and global housing programs to keep up with current trends.
The study generated a considerable amount of data to visualize. As such, the resulting report was lengthy and included upwards of 100 tables, graphs, and data visualizations.
The cover and a sample spread were created by a colleague for client review. Once approved, I built upon the approved look and feel to create this 96-page report.
InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator
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