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Data Visualization: AIGA 2017 Census

As a group of four communication design students at Carnegie Mellon University, one of our biggest pet peeves is the fact that design often gets misunderstood. Using over 13,000 participant responses to the 2017 AIGA Census, we visualized that data to simultaneously support a narrative we created between a designer and an "outsider" to emphasize the importance and nuances of design. This idea of having to try to explain to a family member, a friend, or an outside what design is felt like something that was relatable to anyone within the field. Both the print piece and interactive web piece serve as our way to break the connotations and stereotypes that are often associated with design.

Project Roles
Art Director, Copywriter, Designer
Skills
2D, After Effects, Art Direction, Print
Media
Data Visualization, Visual Designs, Websites
Data Visualization: AIGA 2017 Census
Data Visualization: AIGA 2017 Census
Data Visualization: AIGA 2017 Census