In this 3rd-year project, students practiced finding one idea about a movie, then communicating that idea through graphical data representation. Their main objective was to think about some aspect of a movie in terms of data, then graphically communicate that without drawing out unnecessary details of the plot. This project gave us the opportunity to explore:
- the use of a variety of information graphics to communicate data;
- constructing a cohesive, well structured, information and visually-rich design;
- focusing on clear communication, cohesive design, strong typography, and graphical (not photographic) content; and
- communicating the multidimensionality of the topic; and tell a compelling, significant story.
Course: COMM 3610 Visual Communication for Information Designers I, Fall 2017
Students: Tyson Leaf (Arrival); Samantha Cheung (Catch Me); Jemma Marycz (Mars); Erica Loh (Hotel); Emma James (Mr. Nobody); Elle Griffin (Hotel), Emily Allen (Italian Job); Courtney Clarkson (Frank)
Taught by: Milena Radzikowska