We’re trying to fit a bowling ball in a marble bag.

Every few months we get a proposal to lay out that is seemingly impossible. A dozen or so teaming partners, exhausive information requested by the client. And oh, by the way, could you not make the text smaller than 11 point and fit it all in under 30 pages?

This is one of those proposals, and I almost have to turn off part of my design brain to be able to work on the document. There is no elegant solution for doing this well, especially when the question upon review by the architects will always be, “Can we fit more pictures in here?”