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Capturing People Through Data

As part of a recent hackathon organised around storytelling and data at Gramener, we thought it would be interesting to create personalised bookmarks that capture the unique interests and personality of our audience.

Data portraits are a well-trodden territory with many works from designers like Giorgia Lupi and Nicholas Felton setting a solid foundation to build upon. Giorgia’s Data Portraits project for TED is particularly inspiring and gave us the idea of creating a visual system that captures and reveals an evocative portrait of the participants.




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Priti Pandurangan

Priti Pandurangan

Information Designer at Gramener · Searching for the sweet spot between design, data & storytelling.

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