Date: 2010 - Present
Location: Various
Author: Danielle
Support: Varies


Random assortment of infographics from commissions and research assistanceships over the years. Some graphics are representations of data intended for a general audience, while other graphics are commissions for book layouts.


The PolicySpace Team

An assortment of graphics I created during my two-year stint with Professor Lindberg's amazing PolicySpace group at PSU Architecture. To see their work, view their website here.

Figure 1: "The Triangulation Diagram" is the framework used by Professor Lindberg to understand how architecture fits within a larger policy context.

Figure 2: "Slippage Diagram": Diagram explicating PolicySpace's approach to policy reform -- not approaching social and environmental systems as static, but as dynamic. In this way, they can begin to capture marginalized populations and processes.

Figure 3: "Systemic Barriers" is part of our award-winning entry for the ACSA's competition "I am a Second Responder." It documents the struggles experienced by our three case studies: the colonias outside El Paso, Texas; the informal communities of Lima, Peru; and the 'temporary' tent cities of Corail, Haiti. Each community has attempted to reach resilient redevelopment, but is facing diverse sets of barriers. The "one size fits all" policies of second response do not align with the needs of these communities; instead our project suggested a new, modular framework for second response that could be tailored to on-the-ground needs.


NIH/Fogarty International Grant

Also with Professor Darla Lindberg, I worked with a team of multi-disciplinary researchers to understand the movement of migrant farmworkers and their patterns of decision-making when injured. The graphics below are two images I created for public communication of the research.

Figure 1: Diagram documenting the various types of cross-border relationships. "A" represents government institutions. "B" represents a private liaison. "C" represents a local organization.

Figure 2: Some basic health statistics compared across the border. This graphic was intended for a lay audience.


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