Tag: information representation

7in7 Day 5 – Vegan Heat Map of NYC

Today I made a heat map of vegan restaurants in NYC. Whenever I make travel plans to a new city, as a vegan, I often have to plan my trip around restaurants. For example, I will not want to stay in a part of the city that has little to no vegan options. I want …

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Information Representation

I did a freelance job once where the client gave me pretty much free reign. He told me to make an informational flyer for airport vendors and threw in some copy. I’m quite enthralled with the infographic trend so I designed this how-to sheet in the infographic style. I was pretty pleased with myself as …

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Week 2 Day 1 Reading Response

Escaping Flatland: The idea that “every opportunity to spread through additional information over an already-available dimension must be cherished” resonated with me. The author stated this when discussing the train schedule mapping on pages 24-25. This reminds me of something I read in Donald Norman’s book, The Design of Everyday Things. Norman discusses the confusion …

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