GlobalWebIndex digital information design wireframes
GlobalWebIndex digital information design wireframes

This project is the result of a 4 day activity for which I was given an Excel sheet of data about Twitter (2012) courtesy of GlobalWebIndex.

I decided to show all datasets provided: Global Twitter registered accounts in 2012, active users, their location, demographics and behaviours.

I created an interactive digital interface. I used a circle/sphere to represent the data being of global scale and to also create a system which held the Twitter 'universe'. I then divided this sphere into 2 areas: Account Ownership Area (which showed growth in 2012) and Active Users Area (which was the center of focus).

Within the Active Users Area, the user of the interface is able to find where people who use Twitter are from, what they do and what they get up to on the social media platform.

You can try the interactive wireframe here.

 This is an earlier sketch which I found intriguing, although too busy. Just for fun, I printed it out on the riso printer on green and neon pink inks, on different coloured stock.

This is an earlier sketch which I found intriguing, although too busy. Just for fun, I printed it out on the riso printer on green and neon pink inks, on different coloured stock.

 Initial sketches resembling the wireframe created in 4 days

Initial sketches resembling the wireframe created in 4 days

GWI-sketch.jpg
GlobalWebIndex digital information design wireframes
 This is an earlier sketch which I found intriguing, although too busy. Just for fun, I printed it out on the riso printer on green and neon pink inks, on different coloured stock.
 Initial sketches resembling the wireframe created in 4 days
GWI-sketch.jpg
GlobalWebIndex digital information design wireframes

This project is the result of a 4 day activity for which I was given an Excel sheet of data about Twitter (2012) courtesy of GlobalWebIndex.

I decided to show all datasets provided: Global Twitter registered accounts in 2012, active users, their location, demographics and behaviours.

I created an interactive digital interface. I used a circle/sphere to represent the data being of global scale and to also create a system which held the Twitter 'universe'. I then divided this sphere into 2 areas: Account Ownership Area (which showed growth in 2012) and Active Users Area (which was the center of focus).

Within the Active Users Area, the user of the interface is able to find where people who use Twitter are from, what they do and what they get up to on the social media platform.

You can try the interactive wireframe here.

This is an earlier sketch which I found intriguing, although too busy. Just for fun, I printed it out on the riso printer on green and neon pink inks, on different coloured stock.

Initial sketches resembling the wireframe created in 4 days

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