Food Waste in Canada

Food Waste in Canada

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ROLE

  • Ideation
  • Research
  • Layout & Design

ROLE

  • Ideation
  • Research
  • Layout & Design

ROLE

  • Ideation
  • Research
  • Layout & Design

ROLE

  • Ideation
  • Research
  • Visuals
  • Prototyping

TOOLS

  • Illustrator

TOOLS

  • Illustrator

TOOLS

  • Illustrator

TOOLS

  • Miro
  • Figma
  • Principle
  • After Effects
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Since this was a 2-part assignment, I first broke it down to the bare facts and numbers. At the time, there was not much information made available on my chosen topic. Therefore, I spent most of the research digging through raw data. Since a lot of websites could not be fact-checked, I cross-referenced between many and used what seemed to consistently stay the same. 

Although this was my first creating an infographic, I just followed my design process:

  • find inspiration
  • sketch drafts 
  • digitize drafts and experiment

Once I developed the "onion" graph, the rest fell into place as I decided to turn the data into food-related visuals. Although it is a little on the nose, the trash can is meant to represent the unnecessary waste.  

Since this was a 2-part assignment, I first broke it down to the bare facts and numbers. At the time, there was not much information made available on my chosen topic. Therefore, I spent most of the research digging through raw data. Since a lot of websites could not be fact-checked, I cross-referenced between many and used what seemed to consistently stay the same. 

Although this was my first creating an infographic, I just followed my design process:

  • find inspiration
  • sketch drafts 
  • digitize drafts and experiment

Once I developed the "onion" graph, the rest fell into place as I decided to turn the data into food-related visuals. Although it is a little on the nose, the trash can is meant to represent the unnecessary waste.  

Since this was a 2-part assignment, I first broke it down to the bare facts and numbers. At the time, there was not much information made available on my chosen topic. Therefore, I spent most of the research digging through raw data. Since a lot of websites could not be fact-checked, I cross-referenced between many and used what seemed to consistently stay the same. 

Although this was my first creating an infographic, I just followed my design process:

  • find inspiration
  • sketch drafts 
  • digitize drafts and experiment

Once I developed the "onion" graph, the rest fell into place as I decided to turn the data into food-related visuals. Although it is a little on the nose, the trash can is meant to represent the unnecessary waste.  

Since this was a 2-part assignment, I first broke it down to the bare facts and numbers. At the time, there was not much information made available on my chosen topic. Therefore, I spent most of the research digging through raw data. Since a lot of websites could not be fact-checked, I cross-referenced between many and used what seemed to consistently stay the same. 

Although this was my first creating an infographic, I just followed my design process:

  • find inspiration
  • sketch drafts 
  • digitize drafts and experiment

Once I developed the "onion" graph, the rest fell into place as I decided to turn the data into food-related visuals. Although it is a little on the nose, the trash can is meant to represent the unnecessary waste.  

Since this was a 2-part assignment, I first broke it down to the bare facts and numbers. At the time, there was not much information made available on my chosen topic. Therefore, I spent most of the research digging through raw data. Since a lot of websites could not be fact-checked, I cross-referenced between many and used what seemed to consistently stay the same. 

Although this was my first creating an infographic, I just followed my design process:

  • find inspiration
  • sketch drafts 
  • digitize drafts and experiment

Once I developed the "onion" graph, the rest fell into place as I decided to turn the data into food-related visuals. Although it is a little on the nose, the trash can is meant to represent the unnecessary waste.  

Before I started on the second infographic, I completed an exercise which allowed me to make a better transition. Although it was an extension of the first infographic, I was itching to do something new. Therefore, I looked into risograph aesthetics. I was looking into making a few prints of my own before graduating (never got to fulfill that wish, thanks corona). 

Before I started on the second infographic, I completed an exercise which allowed me to make a better transition. Although it was an extension of the first infographic, I was itching to do something new. Therefore, I looked into risograph aesthetics. I was looking into making a few prints of my own before graduating (never got to fulfill that wish, thanks corona). 

Before I started on the second infographic, I completed an exercise which allowed me to make a better transition. Although it was an extension of the first infographic, I was itching to do something new. Therefore, I looked into risograph aesthetics. I was looking into making a few prints of my own before graduating (never got to fulfill that wish, thanks corona). 

Before I started on the second infographic, I completed an exercise which allowed me to make a better transition. Although it was an extension of the first infographic, I was itching to do something new. Therefore, I looked into risograph aesthetics. I was looking into making a few prints of my own before graduating (never got to fulfill that wish, thanks corona). 

Before I started on the second infographic, I completed an exercise which allowed me to make a better transition. Although it was an extension of the first infographic, I was itching to do something new. Therefore, I looked into risograph aesthetics. I was looking into making a few prints of my own before graduating (never got to fulfill that wish, thanks corona). 

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