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In this student project I visualised different statistics of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts). We were given the task to do a little res… Read More
In this student project I visualised different statistics of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts). We were given the task to do a little research of how women get along in different areas of graphic design. My chice was to process the data of one of the oldest institution of graphic design - AIGA. The poster focuses on 3 different aspects: firstly, the ratio of women and men amongst the AIGA Medalists. Secondly, the ratio of the men and woman in the leading positions of AIGA chapters. And thirdly, the gender balance of the AIGA board members. Read Less
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In Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest there were a series of lectures on the questions of the graphic design in 2011. One of the focus point was how the situation of women has been changing in this profession. The students of the Graphic Design department were asked to examine and visualise different topics of this theme. My choice was  to create an infographic poster about AIGA, the oldest and largest professional membership organization for design.

The poster visualises the statistics of AIGA in 3 different aspects. Fisrtly, it surveys the history of AIGA medalists in the past and in the present and shows how the ratio of awarded women has been changing amongst the AIGA medalists. Secondly, there is a territorial focus. The poster presents the number of women amongst the presidents of the local chapters of AIGA. The third aspect examines the ratio of women amongst AIGA stuff members.
Infographic poster of the 3 surveyed aspects of AIGA
1. The ratio of awarded women amongst the AIGA medalists
2. The number of women amongst the presidents of the local chapters of AIGA
3. The ratio of women amongst AIGA stuff members