(Now closed) Call for Proposals: Campaign Materials & Templates for End Austerity Campaign

29 June 2023 | Project news


The Bretton Woods Project is looking for a designer to develop a set of templates for campaign materials for the End Austerity Campaign:

The materials should follow the design and look of the website and logo, using similar colors, fonts, etc., although proposals are welcome that enhance and upgrade the existing look!

We want our campaign (materials) look to be strong, bright, and bold – the campaign is a fierce statement demanding the end of austerity and fighting for a brighter, better future rooted in solidarity, wellbeing, and public participation.

A set of images – like the ones on the website – as well as high resolution version of the logo can be provided by the campaign, although the designer is welcome to contribute their own set of (royalty free) matching images as they see fit.



We would like the following materials:

  • 1 Word template for press statements, letters, and public announcements e.g. with customized header / footer
  • 2 PowerPoint presentation templates (e.g. one light one dark, or different color combinations) including various slide formats, icons, charts / tables, and images for public presentations
  • 3 “event flyer” templates including placeholders for panelists, texts and logos, similar to these: example, example, example
  • 2 Word report master templates for long-form briefings and reports, including e.g. cover page, table of content, icons, graphics, header / footer, tables in different formats, formatted headings and sub-headings, page numbers…
  • 5 social media templates, e.g. for Instagram “tiles”
  • 2 templates (probably in PPT or other format that you are welcome to propose) for short 1-pager briefs with infographics, including different sections / boxes and optimally also charts / graphs that can be filled with information (such as number of people affected by austerity, share of countries implementing austerity measures…)



  • Deadline to submit proposal: July 7
  • Selection: July 10
  • Contracting completed: July 21
  • First draft of materials: August 11
  • Feedback received (from us): August 18
  • Design of materials completed: August 25
  • Contract completed: August 31


To apply

Please submit a proposal by July 7 to, including:

  • Your CV or resume
  • A document or website demonstrating your existing design portfolio
  • A short statement with your thoughts/ideas in response to this call, e.g. to highlight your motivation or suggest any adjustments
  • Your budget estimate, including your daily rate and estimated work time.