Data Visualisation Campaign — London 2016 / Student Work
How do we speak to UK politicians about the gap?
After studying the fundamentals of Data Design, I was asked to process, analyse and extract a story out of a data set, in this case from 'The Millennial Dialogue Report'.
'Mind the gap' speaks to UK politicians, reminding them about the needs of millennial's, and their responsibility to adequately represent them. The data would be visualised in different underground stations frequently used by UK politicians such as Bank and Westminster.
The outcome developed from exploring how data can be visualised in a way that interacts with the space, and with the target audience, in this case UK politicians. Using the visual language of the London underground I created this 'activist' campaign proposal.
Final year, Kingston School of Art, London (2016)