MICA GD 200.01
Thursday 9am-3pm, Brown 305
Instructor: Ryan Clifford,
ryan.d.clifford@gmail.com, 410.340.8636, Office: Brown 316
GTI: Aura Seltzer, aura.seltzer@gmail.com

Thursday, November 11

color version


  1. In terms of color, while I the refreshing blue and coffee browns make sense, I think the teal/green transition is a bit awkward for a food category. Not too appetizing. For your large infographic, it is a bit confusing that your main pictograms are a certain hydration color but then the surrounding circles are different colors. Instead of having two colors to differentiate mg of caffeine per week from coffee, could you just incorporate that text into the circle for that particular drink?

  2. As we discussed before, watch the values of your color to make sure they relate to one another. The cooler/mintier colors work pretty well together, but there is a big jump when it goes to a more cyan, which seems out of place.

    Be sure that the panels with the clusters of circles have enough space between them so that they read as individual elements. Right now they begin to overlap due to their proximity and this is a little confusing.


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