Infographic CV from January 2012.
Winner of the Bronze Award in the Infographic Infodesign category at the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2012.
Shortlisted for the Information is Beautiful Awards 2013 in the Infographic category.
Visualisation made for the Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards' Food Poisoning Mini-Challenge.
Shortlisted in the Static category.
A four-part infographic series about the situation with stroke in the UK, published weekly in the Wellcome Trust blog in May 2012 (National Stroke Awareness Month). Also featured in The Guardian website.
Shortlisted for the Information is Beautiful Awards 2012 in the Infographic Infodesign category.
Visualisation done for the Guardian Digital Agency as part of a pitch to a sports brand.
Longlisted for the Information is Beautiful Awards 2013 in the Data Visualisation category.
An infographic report showing the benefits Westfield shopping centres have brought to London, made to celebrate 10 years since the opening of the first centre in the city.
An infographic explaining the Human Cell Atlas initiative, a global effort to map all the cells in the human body.
To commemorate the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute turning 25 in 2018, the Institute and its collaborators are sequencing 25 new genomes of species in the UK representing its biodiversity. The final five species were chosen by thousands of school children and members of the public around the globe, who participated in the 25 Genomes Project online vote. This infographic shows where the species are in the UK and the size of their genomes.
Double-sided A4 visualisation of the findings from a study by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies (UCL) on which factors influence children’s risk of developing poor mental health or low wellbeing. Several formats were produced for print, web and social media.
Infographics for CARE International showing the challenges faced by women and girls in the developing world and how CARE, through donation support, helps fight those challenges. I helped CARE choose and structure the content to be visualised, wireframed, designed the infographics and art-directed Caroline Leprovost in creating the colour illustrations. Several formats were produced for social media including animated GIFs.
Images breaking down the environmental and nutritional facts of five different breakfasts. Designed for the Wellcome Trust for social media use.
A presentation on the future of television delivered by BBC4 Editor Cassian Harrison at the Royal Television Society's Cambridge Convention, 2015.
Posters highlighting how much TfL is growing. Designed for a workshop aimed at River services workers.
Infographic about the myths that help spread HIV among sex workers. Designed for The Lancet, written and produced by Aimée Stewart at Guardian Digital Agency.
Visualisations tracking the career paths of Wellcome Trust-funded PhD students (first two images) and their mobility across countries (last three). For career paths, both a detailed and a simplified version were created. More visualisations with the same design were later produced for different years' cohorts.
Infographic for Carlson Wagonlit Travel about the virtues of managed travel. Written and produced by Adam Frost at Guardian Digital Agency.
Infographics for Transport for London about the numbers of different assets they manage. Second image designed for modular use.
Infographics about the use of medicinal cannabis in the UK for Mosaic, Wellcome Trust's online science magazine. Designed in different formats for social network sharing and for the Mosaic website.
Infographics about suicide for Mosaic, Wellcome Trust's online science magazine. Designed in different formats for social network sharing.
Screens for Transport for London with facts about the company's service and performance.
Infographic designed at Guardian Digital Agency for Google giving advice on how to make successful YouTube ads. Written and produced by Adam Frost.
Web infographic showing the results of a study by Closer tracking the rise of the obesity epidemic across the lives of five generations of Britons. A presentation and a double-side A4 infographic were also created.
Infographics for a paper on the Ebola outbreak published by the Research Department of Infection and Population Health, UCL.
An infographic for Hubbub, a project exploring the dynamics of rest, noise, tumult, activity and work, as they operate in mental health, neuroscience, the arts and the everyday. Creative direction and wireframe by Paulo Estriga at Headaround, design by Caroline Leprovost.
Simple visualisation for a press release by Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute about their study which proved a direct link between the number of cigarettes smoked in a lifetime and the number of DNA mutations in the cells of different organs.
An A4 infographic detailing the main findings of a national survey done in 2015 into the factors that affect public engagement by researchers across the UK. A report containing a version of this infographic was also produced and can be found here.
An infographic to aid Nitro Digital in showing Bayer the conclusions of their research into how user experience of the Thrombosis Adviser website could be improved.
Diagram explaining Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T-Cell Immunotherapy for Autolus.
An infographic about the rising rates of liver disease in the UK and its causes. Designed for The Lancet. Additional design by The Lancet and Caroline Leprovost at Graphic Digital Agency. Produced by Aimée Stewart.
The British National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and lifestyles are among the largest and most detailed scientific studies of sexual behaviour in the world. Three Natsal surveys have taken place: Natsal-1 in 1990-1991, Natsal-2 in 1999-2001, and Natsal-3 in 2010-2012. This set of infographics details some of the key findings and was designed to be available for download from the Natsal website.
Visualisation designed at Guardian Digital Agency for an Ofsted report about the performance of pupils from low income backgrounds. It was printed as a foldout on the inside front cover of the report and also as an A2 poster.
A presentation for Wellcome Trust comparing their funding of genomics activities with that of other institutions.
An infographic explaining how Camden Council has been responding to government funding cuts. Written and produced by Helen Doherty at Guardian Digital Agency. Illustrations at the top made from pencil sketches by Jamie Lenman.
Infographic guides breaking down different types of investments. Produced by Aimée Stewart at Guardian Digital Agency.
Infographic explaining Open Energi's Dynamic Demand system and highlighting its benefits, designed at Graphic Digital Agency. Produced by Aimée Stewart.
This is one of the first proofs. The design was developed further at Graphic Digital Agency by Nathan Goulbourne and you can see the final version here.
This design was made to be used during a conference talk by the Guardian Digital Agency. The basic challenge was: if you were relocating from Kansas to Shanghai, how would you visually explain to your teenage daughter what that change meant in a positive light? Each designer at the agency chose from a range of facts about Kansas and Shanghai to present their own approach to the problem.
An A4 infographic breaking down the Wellcome Trust's grant funding numbers.
Infographic showing how Facebook’s Blueprint advertising training programme impacts the use of Facebook platforms and ad products. A print leave-behind version was also produced.
A selection of images designed at Nitro Digital for pharmaceutical company Takeda to share on LinkedIn as part of a campaign.
A3 poster with a timeline visualisation of the UK-based undergraduate student journey at Middlesex University London, to be used by University staff.
An infographic revealing the most successful countries in London 2012 taking population size into account.
Infographics designed for a 2016 Transport for London report.
Infographics designed for a 2015 Transport for London report.
An A4 infographic about the importance of informal science learning.
The Wellcome Trust tracks the career moves of the former PhD students it funded. This A4 infographic summarises their findings.