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For more than a decade, Jeff Ferzoco has been making information design friendly, smart and easier to understand. His work has been seen at transit agencies across the world in their maps and schedules. At Newsweek, he tackled weekly stories and turned data into narrative. And as a creative leader in urban plan… Read More
For more than a decade, Jeff Ferzoco has been making information design friendly, smart and easier to understand. His work has been seen at transit agencies across the world in their maps and schedules. At Newsweek, he tackled weekly stories and turned data into narrative. And as a creative leader in urban planning, he helped people understand the value of information in cities. His perspective is that information doesn’t have to be difficult to understand, and should be presented in the most user-centric fashion possible. In work that crosses mediums – web interfaces, data visualization, handheld maps or physical installations – the information is clear, approachable and a delight to use.
Along with his own work, he has helped develop strategy and direction for data and applications across industries of urban planning, journalism, fashion and others. His writings have been in Planning Magazine, Traffic Technology Magazine and in movies and installations internationally. His latest writing, a design essay on user experience in cities, is ‘The You-City’ on Outpost 19 press.
Currently, Jeff is running his own design practice in New York City and is a Senior Fellow of Interactive Community at Regional Plan Association, where he was creative director for many years. Read Less
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