Information design projects
So, the UK government have decided that by the end of this year, the nutritional information on the front of foods will all look the same.
Will this actually happen? Hard to say, but if it does, it would be nice to think that whatever tablets of stone are handed down, they are more about the interests of the user (or in this case the eater) than a token display of information that’s fairly meaningless to most of us.
See the full Some thoughts about Guideline Daily Amounts (GDA) page
0 comments / March 11th, 2013
Although 2012 gave me two of my biggest projects to date, the one I enjoyed the most was this smaller one: redesigning a statement for a company, based in South Africa, that provides car insurance ‘by the kilometre’.
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See the full Pay as you drive car insurance statement redesign – the front page page
0 comments / January 14th, 2013
See the full Plain language and information design collide page
0 comments / October 12th, 2012
The information design geek in me took special notice of a post by Daniel Gray, about the excessive number of train tickets he received for a return journey.
See the full UK train ticket redesign page
40 comments / June 20th, 2011