Two pieces that translates complex data into graphics. Made for Information Design Concepts course at Parsons The New School.
Information Design, Academic Project, Parsons
The class goal was to provide a foundation for graphically representing information. Students learn how to make complex information easily understood through visual patterns in 2D space, through grids and other systems.
The students had to pick two themes of their own interest (that contained a huge amount of data) and translate it into infographics.
most pirated movies per week
This piece shows the most pirated movies weekly (around the world, via torrent) in comparison to movie theaters box offices (in the US) between October 16-22, 2015 and October 24 – 30, 2014.
The objective was to present how the genre, reviews and age rating affects the piracy, if any. The center of the piece shows how long does a movie gets pirated after it premieres.
Comparing Mythological Gods
This infographic would give a general overview about the gods of each Mythology (what they rule, relationships between them) and working as a reference table for comparing gods in the same category in different cultures.
what i learned
In this course I was able to practice the ability to handle information and abstract data and turn into graphic objects.