“These days, information is a commodity being sold. And designers— including the newly defined subset of information designers and information architects—have a responsible role to play. We are interpreters, not merely translators, between senders and receiver. What we say and how we say it makes a difference. If we want to speak to people, we need to know their language. In order to design for understanding, we need to understand design.”
— Erik Spierkemann, graphic designer
Dark/Light versions of a proposed stats page for a class project Dark/Light versions of a proposed stats page for a class project

Dark/Light versions of a proposed stats page for a class project

My other final project in Processing, data visualization. Simple for most, a task for me.

I ended up making a visual calendar of business expenses (red) and income (blue) in a year, by day. The greater the amount of money, the larger and more opaque the expenses are. The income just becomes more opaque (it looked ugly when they were both growing, I thought). You can roll over to read more information about the expense/income.

Made a program that uses the Twitter API to show real-time tweets that have the word “corgi” in them. Super important stuff. 

Made in Processing, a java-based language. 

Wire framing a Wordpress website. Lorem ipsum was my friend. 

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I can’t help but think I’m staying up all night for a greater good. #processing #corgis

My kakapo video is featured on CMU’s video of the week :D

https://vimeo.com/channels/cmudesignvotw/79309235

Slides from a presentation design I’m working on. Slides from a presentation design I’m working on. Slides from a presentation design I’m working on. Slides from a presentation design I’m working on. Slides from a presentation design I’m working on.

Well, found a way to use the doughnut I just made. Free facebook cover photo by Jacklynn Pham!