Amanda Windle

Hannah Cahoon and Angela Okune, Sketch 5: Visualising the Point

Hannah, your image of the data thugger and Angela your images of people too, made me think of how you could portray the emotion of your research as an atmosphere, in a more abstract way. I was...Read more

Linda‚— Sketch 5: Visualising the Point

Hi Linda, all your images could be used as bookcovers. If you were to make one of these a book cover say for MIT Press, in order which one would you choose? What 2-3 lines of text would you give...Read more

Sketch 5: Visualising the Point

Hi Hannah, 

You chose a range of images involving a singular portrait of a data thugger, is that correct pronoun? You also chose what is called in design, an icon. 

I wonder, are these...Read more

Jessica‚— Sketch 5: Visualising the Point

Hi Jessica,

You chose images that tell a story, that lead the viewer in like a detective trying to solve a mystery. I'm viewing your images through the lens of a designer given the task of...Read more

Mike, — Sketch 5, What's the Point

Hi Mike, the image really does work for a book cover! There would be so many options to colour pic out of the image for the text. What colour would you imagine the text to be if picked from your...Read more

Caroline, —Sketch 5, What's the Point.

Hi Caroline, you have one image that mentions data a lot.

If you were to make one of these a book cover say for MIT Press, in order which one would you choose? What 2-3 lines of text would...Read more

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