Posts with the tag: graphic design

An Eye for an Eye Left the World Blind

I am coming back to my data visualization roots with a new infographic documenting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Recent clashes between Israel and Palestine this May has progressed from protests over continued evictions of Palestinians in annexed East Jerusalem to missile exchanges between Hamas and the IDF. The recent fighting has brought international eyes and renewedView Article

Welcome to DEZAIN.io

After 10 years, Re:Dzgn has been retired. My brand now has a new name and a new face. My name is Chuck and this is DEZAIN.io. The website is fully updated with new content showcasing my work and design. Graphic design, web design, UI/UX design, architecture, product design, if you need any of these services,View Article

How Gerrymandered is Your State?

Graph of mean-median difference of 2012 US House of Representatives elections by state. The Supreme Court had decided in December 2015 that the lawsuit contesting Maryland’s congressional districting plan may go ahead. The Justices, in order to manage gerrymandering cases, seek a standard that can determine if gerrymandering is at the root of an electionView Article

Where the Water Grows

Trying my hand at a somewhat interactive data visualization, I built a simple web page that looks at agricultural water usage in California. It’s no secret that California is suffering from a prolonged drought. With the state’s water reserve estimated at one year, residents are being required to reduce their water usage by 25 percent. California’sView Article

eye for an eye

It’s been a while since I have made a current event infographic and this one is as current as you can get. As Israel gears up for its third ground invasion of Gaza in six years, hopes for an end to escalating hostilities between Israel and Palestine beginning in July have been dashed. This is anotherView Article

My print portfolio

If you are looking for a handy dandy compendium of my design work so far in book form, look no further. Click on the image below to view my print portfolio, with full page images of my design work from starting school to entering the profession. From architecture to graphic design, competitions to built work,View Article

medicaid for all*

One of the main provisions of the Affordable Care Act is the federally sponsored Medicaid Expansion, giving coverage to Americans in states opting into the expansion earning 138% of the poverty level. The expansion for each state will be paid for mostly by the federal government, 100% through 2016, and 90% by 2020. States thatView Article

syria in numbers

Here are two new infographics on the Syrian Civil War detailing the international calculus of Syria and the refugee crisis from the war. The first infographic details the nations neighboring Syria bearing the brunt of the refugee exodus. The second shows who around the world supports or condemns the Assad regime in Syria. Information isView Article