In preparation for Hammett’s Unit on Monday:
Using this week’s info design exercise as inspiration, please gather data around some aspect of your daily food rituals: where you eat, what you eat, where it comes from, who you eat with, etc. — and create a visualization for Monday. On the wall by 1:10.
Size is open, media is flexible, but please make something tangible that can be on the wall or on the table.
Here is a compiled list of links from the PDF for Nicholas Felton’s workshop!
Francesco Franchi | francescofranchi.com
Jer Thorp | blprnt.com
Moritz Stefaner | truth-and-beauty.net
Ben Fry | fathom.info
Catalog Tree | catalogtree.net
Pitch Interactive | pitchinteractive.com
Carl Detorres | cdgd.com
Stefanie Posavec | stefanieposavec.co.uk
Kelli Anderson | kellianderson.com
I’ve put these on reserve at Fleet for DS3 (bring the call # to the front desk and they’ll get it for you). The Edward Tufte books are classic and essential information design works and sort of “required reading” for anyone visualizing information. They’re really worth careful study at some point in your RISD career. I also reserved some of Richard Saul Wurman’s (founder of TED) information design books, which are a good counterpoint to Tufte. Wurman is speaking at the Fleet on Monday, Nov 2.
Here is the write-up for the Nicholas Felton three day project.
Please read all of it before the 1:10 lecture today.
How do you condense a section of the the Sunday New York Times into a single page?
outline for the workshop:
>> Each team will deliver 1 to 4 single page aggregations of their chosen section.
>> The dimensions of each page should match the dimensions of the section.
>> Final files should be placed in the workshop’s Google Drive folder: http://bit.ly/1i7GX3v
>> Monday, October 26 Lecture 1:10–2:10 / Introduce Assignment 2:10–3:00 / Reconvene at 5:00
>> Tuesday, October 27 Meet with Nicholas: Office hours DC 7th fl 11:00–5:00 (sign up Tues at 11)
>> Wednesday, October 28 Review Assignment 11:20-4:20