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Learning from Toronto: An Experiment in Participatory Urban Data Visualization
Despite the unprecedented amount of data about the world that is collected and produced in our increasingly information-dependent societies, the possibilities for significant differences between human perception and actual ...
Conceptual Constraints and the Graphic Design Process: An Investigation into Creativity and How Self-imposed Conceptual Constraints Can Affect Banal Information
The discipline of graphic design has an important role to play in developing how information is conveyed and consumed. This thesis has focused on uncovering how including self-imposed conceptual constraints in the design ...
Speculative Design for Ecological Literacy: Envisioning a Food Carbon Emissions Labeling System
This thesis identifies one of the most significant causes of carbon emissions (CO2e) which is the production and transportation of animal products from producers to consumers. To envision a speculative ecological future ...
Design a Meme: Visual Representation, Creative Strategies and Memetic Culture
Millennials today are highly engaged with social media, which offers them a platform to openly express their emotions and opinions. These social media platforms have become important parts of their daily lives. In this ...