Often it is necessary to promote or inform to the public about the important work occurring on their behalf. Being able to do so effectively can make the difference between a successful project and one that never sees the light of day.
To the is a one-pager I produced for the city of Chicago in order to create awareness and support for the city's new Safe and Complete Streets plan. Here the visual information and text needed to speak as simply and broadly as possible. This double-sided informational sheet was provided to citizens, government officials, and transportation professionals in advance of the successful 2013 adoption of Complete Streets Chicago, Chicago's complete streets design guidelines.
While GIS is crucial in understanding what is occurring in the spatial environment, it can also be used to create appealing works of art.
GIS has the power to display hidden data, but also the power to display the hidden beauty found in our urban environments. Whenever possible, artistic creativity is something I strive to bring to all my mapping creations.
Planning documents should be about the plan, focused and grounded in what positive change they can bring to the community. For the plan to best be implemented, an easy and simple design of the planning document is crucial.
Clean info-graphics communicate complicated concepts while simple and clear planning documents quickly and easily convey the important information found within. is a simple one-pager I produced that encapsulates the achievements and intentions of Berwyn's Active Transportation Plan.
is a sticker design that found its way onto all 1,100 bicycle racks installed by the Illinois Department of Public Health initiative I was proud to see through. These stickers not only serve to notify those who provided the new racks, but also decrease theft by clearly instructing how to properly secure your bicycle.
Roll over the icons to the left for a short description of some of my work.