This project aims to understand the side-facts about COVID-19, to see how people in different countries reacting to the reported numbers about the pandemic.
According to a 2018 Lego study, “the vocabulary of bricks has increased significantly resulting in sets sharing fewer bricks.” Tracing the number of Lego bricks over time may be telling of the increasing specialization and complexity of Lego sets. Looking at the number of specialized pieces in relation to interchangeable pieces may also help us determine if increased specialization has resulted in fewer shareable bricks.
The outcome is a dot map shows how the top 15 street tree species’ color varies monthly, and a series of choropleth map based on the GIS calculation of this data, expecting to answer questions such as where to see the cherry blossom, or where is the most “colorful” area in the New York City.
This is a network among the registered players in FIFA 2019, a well-known video game of soccer, with the nodes as players, and the edges as the shared skillset. In this network, the players have more similar skill set will have a stronger connection.
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This is a hypothetic project as part of my study at Pratt Insititute, which targetted at redesign the official website of a non-profit organization called Arts for All (AFA). It was the major assignment for Dr.Craig MacDonald’s Information Architecture and Interaction Design course.
An experimental project discusses the voice in mind when a second language speaker is reading an English article.
International Urban Image Festival (IUIF) is a serial event that celebrates the beauty of image that tells stories about regular … More