An infographic conveying the daily life of a graphic design student attending USFSP, this booklet "breaks down" one month of data recorded by each individual student in the class. This data represents how students spent their time in a 24-hour day, whether it was on school, activities, media, personal time, or specific software programs. However, the purpose of this assignment was not to discover who spent their time wisely, but to learn how to correctly organize information, and then represent it ideally in regards to the content and the viewer. The process of creating the Personal Time spread allowed me to address questions such as which formats to choose (quantitative or comparative) and how to represent quantity (which is usually demonstrated best through repetition, not scale). From creating the cover, back cover, and table of contents, I also learned it is best to design the three last, as they can only be created upon the content of the book.