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Interactive Org Chart

The Colliers Minneapolis-St. Paul had a challenge. With over 60 brokers, 40 real estate management professionals, and 20 support personnel, how do you display them all without making the final project confusing and complicated? I devised this solution to show only the relevant information that the user was looking for as opposed to showing everything at once. View the org chart here.
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West/Southwest Metro Real Estate Options

A client of Colliers wanted to see the real estate options available to them in the west and southwest metro and so I created a map to show real estate options. Since the options are localized in two distinct areas, I decided to create two sub-maps since if all options were displayed on one map, they would be too close together to differentiate them. View the map here.
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Bloomington Real Estate Map

A Colliers office broker wanted to show the amenities, transportation, and high-value projects surrounding the Riverview Office Tower. I developed this interactive map to show the proximity and specifics of these areas of interest. View the map here.
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Congressional Resignations

I created this infographic to visually explain the Congressional resignations between 1901 and 2018. I thought that showing the reasons for the resignations, the resignations by year and state, and the comparison between Democrat and Republican resignations due to scandal and corruption made the most compelling vizualizations.
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Email Analytics Visualization

I decided to take the email metrics from a local restaurant for the past nine years and display the pertinent information in a much more visual way.
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U.S. Births

I created this infographic for the month of December 2014 and arranged the data by week and by day. Since there were only three days in the fifth week, I decided to create a version that only had full weeks. I found it interesting that births dropped significantly on the weekends.
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Cereal Nutritional Chart

This project was the first foray into information design/infographics. The goal of the project was to visually represent the nutritional values on many popular cereals. The challenge was that there was a vast disparity in the values. In values like sugar and iron, a single serving was very close to hitting 100% of the daily recommended amount whereas in others like total fat and calories, the amounts in one serving was only around 25% of the daily recommended amount. If the scale for all was the same, some would be unreadable whereas others would dominate the space. The solution that successfully showed the relation between all values while keeping everything readable was brought about by a tiered approach. By splitting the nutritional data into three columns, we were able to dedicate a space for the small, moderate and large values.
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Egg Parachute

This project was a proof of concept to show that a multi-step instruction set for something as challenging as folding paper into a complex shape could be possible. Since the paper in this example had to be folded in three dimensions, the instruction set also had to account for all three dimensions. The solution was to include two angles, one for top down and one for an oblique angle to best show all three dimensions. And because is was an egg parachute, we decided to have a little fun with the negative spaces for the g’s.
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