The graduate design seminar for this semester focuses on storytelling. For our first project, which due on Thursday, we need to use data to tell a story. I picked my subject matter on color blindness because the topic interested me after reading Geri Coady’s Colour Accessibility. I designed a poster using data to explain color blindness. The feedback from my professor and classmates have been positive. I really enjoyed creating this project. In addition to Coady’s book, I found a few great resources including “Prevalence: Color Blindness by Inheritance” and “New Outlook on Colorblindness” on WSJ.
By the way, I also reworked the graphic section of the site.