Demand rose while supply stagnated. The Temporary Commission on House Prices of the Dutch Lower House of Parliament researched the unprecedented rise in house prices in the Netherlands, and in April 2013 it published the research report 'Costs for Buyer'. Fabrique developed the accompanying website in close cooperation with the commission.
Bring our report online, supported with infographics.
Buying a house is a subject that interests a wide audience. Therefore, we made the report understandable for everybody. Instead of text with a couple of infographics, we developed a clear animation in which we managed to summarize the whole story.
By continuing to simplify we kept going back in order to arrive at the essence. We found the main theme in two graph lines; the green for the rising house prices set against the blue for the stagnating construction production. The illustrations liven up the story, and full of imagery bring the report to life. For everyone.
A clear, no-threshold, tablet-first website, that you can browse through easily in a couple of minutes.
Images from the site made it onto the eight o'clock news and into almost all the daily newspapers. Winner a an iF Communication Design Award 2014.