an unconventional way to approach info vis, but I think it’s so great– speaks volumes on the power of design to make two unrelated things complement and emphasize each other.
also, a super effective (because of its subtlety) approach to environmental awareness/ advocacy!
Check out the amazing Brain “Dictionary” by Jack Gallant, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Berkeley who led the study.
GOOD Magazine’s website published a video about how the “shockingly” little amount of space it would take to fuel America on solar panels. The video does a poor job of contextualizing and emphasizing relative and physical space compared to Ishmam’s map, but really cool that you both picked up on the same idea…
A collaboration project with a student from MICA’s Curitorial Practice MFA. He supplied the information and direction and designed the visualization. It is a 40×40 inch data visualization poster was created showing the shift in display methods that WWII museums and memorials use. – See more at: http://visual.ly/wwii-museums-methods#sthash.k71ngRY2.dpuf
Please post your completed project 4 on the Final Projects (2016) page on the course blog.
Include title, brief description, links, and files
(make sure you include data sources and description within your project)
Remove any outdated proposals and update
All semester work (4 projects) is due before the final review, Monday, May 9, 12-2p in Addams 111 conference room.
“How Universities Sleep”: Showing sleep pattern data from fitness tracking app shows how students across the country are sleeping. We rank as 5th least weekday night sleep (6.72 hrs) and 2nd latest weekday bedtime (1:22 am).