Archive for the “People” Category

Densitydesign now on twitter

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Density design is now joined the twitter community!

Density people and Wayfinding

Monday, April 6th, 2009

Our brand new PhD student Luigi Farrauto – one of… more

Malofiej 17 + Density People

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

After Samuel Granados, I’ve to compliment two other talented graphic… more

Sustainability message

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

Sustainability message , originally uploaded by Samuel Mann.

Just used in a class about interactivity and engagement (and sneaking a dose of sustainability). Thanks folks.

Fold it, it makes sense! Six stories about poverty.

Monday, February 16th, 2009

Density Open Day 2009

Who are the poor? Poverty is neither a number nor an index. It cannot be reduced to a line that divides those who are above and those who are below establishing a unique space for social exclusion. Poverty is a multidimensional and complex phenomenon. Its reduction to a unique representation can generate distorted visions of the phenomenon and create ineffective or counterproductive interventions.

Twitter Chatter During the Super Bowl

Monday, February 9th, 2009

From NewYork Times Interactive comes this simple visualization of the… more

Jules & Jim

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Often love affairs are instable, fleeting and unpredictable. It seems… more

Radiografía de la presidencia Bush (A Radiography of the Bush Precidency)

Friday, January 16th, 2009

It’s a big pleasure to spread the link to a… more

Project progress report 02. Systemic approach and causal loop model

Tuesday, November 25th, 2008

A causal loop model has been developed in order to help understand the complex systemic structure of poverty in all its dimension. System diagramming is here a loose term used to describe the activity of conceptually representing and visualizing a system in its constitutive elements: the elements, the relationships and the system boundary distinguishing what does and does not belong to the set.
The assumption of this qualitative exercise is that poverty, and its dimensions, are the result of the dynamics between a wide variety of factors from macro-politic, to the personal behavioral patterns.
The key element of the visualization are the factors and the variables. They are the environment attributes and characteristics that have an influence level of poverty.