Patroon - Colour Harmony


Self Research
Colour Harmony

Data Visualization - Colour
Research & Designer

BriefThe World Government Summit organization asked to do a data visualization about the Future of Governments. 

IdeaMy idea was to create a map, but given the type of data and amount of text, I took a different approach that would be legible yet inviting.



Sketches
I did a great number of forms to get myself warmed up for the project. Then, I began asking questions to myself that would push where I need to go. After sketches, I drew a blueprint of how the data set would be introduced in a poster format.  



Define
Development and Innovation help shapes society to what is today, so what factors & technologies might help build future citizens? This data-set shows the landscape of governments, political events, and citizens in the next 50 years.

Patroon
The clean and modern look for the organization was needed. Gotham was a great choice for them due to the verity of styles that come from the typeface and the modern look that speaks well with their audience online and on social media. 


Lateral Patroon
The clean and modern look for the organization was needed. Gotham was a great choice for them due to the verity of styles that come from the typeface and the modern look that speaks well with their audience online and on social media. 



Data
I did a great number of forms to get myself warmed up for the project. Then, I began asking questions to myself that would push where I need to go. After sketches, I drew a blueprint of how the data set would be introduced in a poster format.  



Website
The clean and modern look for the organization was needed. Gotham was a great choice for them due to the verity of styles that come from the typeface and the modern look that speaks well with their audience online and on social media. 

Blog
Medium - Colour Harmony - Patrochromatic 

Resources
Colours and Maths, Convert A Color, Physics-Color, Color Matters, The Mystery of Color, Josef Albers: Interaction of Color.

 
Mark