Week 5: Tracking Water
For this week, I have tracked the water which I have consumed. The locations were classified according to the pattern inside the flower pedal, the colour represents the favour of the drink and the orange leaves referred to the date.
If you are wondering what does bitter and salty flavour referred to! 😀
Green (Bitter) – Herbal Tea
Yellow (Salty) – Miso Soup
Week 4: Visualizing Sound, Stimmhorn – Triohatala
Using a different color to represent the different lyric, the length of the color to represent the pitch, icons to shows the duration and pattern for emotion, finally, I am able to compile the entire song into a postcard. 😀
Above: The Process of creating the data, lots of trial and error, but it was fun!
(Fern Fronds Postcard)(Dulse Seaweed)
Week 3: Visualising Taste Postcard
Imaging myself being a scientist, dissecting the information and plotting it into a “scientific” graph.
(2nd Attempt)(First attempt)
Week 2: Zodiac Man postcard
I started off with drawing a girl- myself, however, I decided to redo another piece to make it more fun and interesting.
My zodiac (wo)man is presented in the constellations of the Sagittarius. The stars are replaced by a different icon which represents the different aspect of me. At the middle of the postcard is a heart, which represents what I treasured the most, and it is linked to my family and home. While at the right side, there is a small universe, which represents the element that is revolving around my world– design. On the left side, highlighted in pink is the hobby which I love to do– art and craft.
Week 1: A Bubble Tea Postcard
by Tiffanie and Shi Hui
Being really curious about our class’s preference and drinking habit of bubble tea, the two of us decided to go around the class to conduct a mini-survey. This survey was based on answered queries of the preferred brand of bubble tea, the respective sugar level, as well as the frequency it was consumed within a week.
We decided to keep the design minimalistic, representing a cup of bubble tea simply. The interpretation of the bubbles is determined by its colour to show the preferred sugar level, with the bubbles being clustered together for easy readability. Despite their varied proportions, the bubble size does not affect the result of the statistic, but rather makes it more interesting.