this spread for the GE Transportation division focused on the history of GE's involvement with railroad technology and innovation in the diesel engine sphere. i was amazed to learn about this company's influence in so many sectors of the world's economy.
GE Purpose - systems infographic
this spread for another edition of Purpose required me to work directly with the team to decipher the process we were describing and translate it into visuals. like many infographics projects, there is an advantage to joining as a naive participant so that i'm forced to learn the same ideas as other naive readers. this gives me insights into what would make the communication more effective in translating a complex idea.
Fuzzy Math - project timeline icons
i worked with the wonderful people at Fuzzy Math as an intern for a couple months, during which time i gained an insight into their ridiculously powerful design process. as designers focused on user experience from all angles, they were interested in developing a series of process thumbnails to illustrate to their clients what's to come. this required me to gain an understanding of the process, of each step and its context, and the best way to develop this into a consistent visual language for these high-fidelity icons.
when asking a business in a big city to give up a parking space at their storefront, you better come prepared. i designed this brochure to enable the folks at Chicago Dept. of Transportation to make the advantages of bike parking patently clear. when speaking with business owners, social issues are fine but return on investment is the most practical approach. i broke down the simple math of a 'bike corral', paired this with case studies, and wrapped it all up with helpful, friendly illustrations.
blyncsy presentation materials
i've worked with blyncsy to create dozens and dozens of presentation decks and one-pagers. the key to a well-designed presentation is familiar, friendly graphic styles, easy to understand language, and empathetic breakdowns of complex ideas. in this example, we explain how blyncsy's sensors work, paired with an illustration of a potential advertising application.
'women bike' infographic
Winner of the League of American Bicyclists' national infographics contest. A collaboration with the very talented Alex Helbach.