This info graphic explains how five fifth year architecture students spent the last five days of the Stewardson design competition. The breakdown of time is divided into six categories including schoolwork, sleep, part-time jobs, leisure, food, and class time.
These activities are graphed along a line that demonstrates how stressed the student felt at that time corresponding to which of the six activities he or she was doing. The peak of stress and lowest points of stress are documented along the line as well.
the need for innovation has coincided with the advancement in technology. now more than ever, designers are beginning to push the boundaries of conventional design to challenge what is possible. A collection of important designers from all disciplines have their own takes on innovation and what it means for the future of design. It is the beginning of re imagining the old adage, think outside of the box.
haves and have nots
Philadelphia is in a state of transition.
To document change, Thomas Jefferson University publishes an annual health report covering everything from access to food and cancer rates throughout the varying neighborhoods. This map focuses on income and poverty.
The goal was to redesign the 2016 Jefferson CHNA report to make it more user friendly, thus colorful engaging graphics were implemented. The map demonstrates how stratified residents are in the city and the wealth gap which divides center city from the adjacent regions. The pie charts demonstrate the association between income and rate of poverty in a given neighborhood, which appears to be almost perfectly inversely related.
understanding human psychological disorder is difficult for most people, so the goal of the project was to visually communicate the disorder of multiple personalities. The idea is to use colored boxes in which the color represents one personality. The colors are exploded from a central colorful box which represents the person in focus.