Information Visualizations

A collection of information graphics created for our clients, including graphs, charts, maps, and other illustrations.

These graphics were created for various projects over the last decade. Some were for client projects, some just for us. 

Emissions reductions visualization for a project about airline industry CO2 emissions

Venn diagram showing the ideal Designer/Client relationship. The really interesting stuff is always found in the center.
A chart showing relative 2008 presidential campaign contribution amounts from the creative professions.
A monochromatic chart showing relative campaign contribution amounts, by creative profession.
A chart highlighting the different amounts of time people work from home, versus working at the office. 
Sexual Risk-Taking in the United States Chart, for a Human Services nonprofit client report, 2009.
Fertility Rate Graph by Age/Ethnicity of Mother, for a Human Services nonprofit client report, 2009.
Graph showing changes in fertility rates of teens in Colorado over time, differentiated between race/ethnicity; for a Human Services nonprofit client report, 2009.

Another graph showing changes in birth rates for the same client, created several years later, reflecting a more refined and updated visual language.

Comparative graph showing infection rates of two STDs in the national and state populations; for a Human Services nonprofit client report, 2009.

A slopegraph showing shifts in which Colorado counties had the highest teen birth rates, ten years apart.

A choropleth map showing teen birth rates by county in Colorado. We used an algorithm to place the highest rate color at 100% opacity, and the lowest rate at 12% opacity.

Longwall coal mining cross-section diagram showing trough subsidence; for a government client, 2006-09.
Coal mine roof cave-in cross-sectional diagram; for a government client, 2006-09.
Coal mine shaft cross-sectional diagram; for a government client, 2006-09.

Detail from a guide to essential recordings in classical music. See the whole project here.

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