Tasked with designing a 24 in by 36 in infographic poster on the topic of biodiversity and using only one type family, Univers, I narrowed the topic to extinct and endagered animal species of the world.

While infographics often solely focus on statistical data and numbers, I knew that I wanted to also include some context. I created traditional charts and graphs, while also designing a new format that would allow for some accompanying visual illustrations and explanatory text.

After establishing that I had four main types of information to share, I tested out layouts, printing them often to account for scale.

This piece was chosen to be exhibited in the RISD 2018 Graphic Design Triennial, beside the works of other undergraduate, graduate students, and recent alumni.