What Reading Really Looks Like When You’re Dyslexic
This static infographic manages to feel interactive, bringing the reader into the neuroscience of dyslexia in a visceral way. It was the first piece of branded content on GOOD to attract more than 10,000 views — so when it hit 150,000, the client was over the moon. I took on the reporting, research, and art direction, working with a Dutch dyslexic designer who didn't speak much English.
The Global Hospitality Index
Even before Donald Trump was elected president, the refugee crisis wasn't delivering much upbeat news. We wanted to tackle World Refugee Day, but this dour topic rarely performed well. Fortunately, I uncovered this happy statistic that still gave us room to deliver a few hard truths.
9 Reasons Why The Self-Esteem of Young Girls Really Matters
Working with the client on this infographic (paired with a series of really powerful essays) was a challenge. We were tasked with avoiding negative vibes while also inspiring social change. Seems like it worked — the piece dominated site traffic when it went live.