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Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
Final infograph development
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Final infograph development

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  • 1. Greyscale map of the world Last accessed 27th December 2013 at http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b2/BlankMap-World-Continents.PNG Seating plan of plane Last accessed 27th December at http://www.popularmechanics.com/cm/popularmechanics/images/XG/aircrash-seat-illo-0807.gif Blueprints of the following aircrafts: -Boeing 727, Boeing 737, Antonov AN-24, ATR - 72 Last accessed 16th December at http://www.the-blueprints.com/ World map Last accessed 16th December at http://www.freeusandworldmaps.com/images/WorldPrintable/WorldMercatorContinents.jpg Circle for months Last accessed 17th December at http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/40600/40633/pie_01-12a_40633_lg.gif SAAB 340 Info Last accessed 28th December at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAAB_340 TUPOLEV TU -154 info Last accessed 28th December at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TUPOLEV_TU-154 BOEING 737 info Last accessed 28th December at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BOEING_737 BOEING 727 info Last accessed 28th December at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BOEING_727 Atr-72 info Last accessed 28th December at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATR-72
  • 2. Starting layouts As I have collected lots of data related to the area, I plan on representing the key points all together on one sheet so they can all be easily compared with each other. I have done some sketches but this is the first rough digital mock up to see how it would work on screen. This allows me to reflect on the designs as I am developing them.
  • 3. Sketches of layout Developing the layout is important as it allows you to reflect on your work and improve it as you’re going along. I have chosen a portrait view as I feel it will allow me to fit the content on the page better. Splitting the document up into sections also allows me input more data without confusing the viewer.
  • 4. Creating vectors! I am creating the vector shapes for the airplanes that I have data on. Then I plan to display this data with a visual so it’s more understandable on the type and size of aircrafts in relation to others. I am creating my own vectors from blueprints I have found on the internet.
  • 5. Illustrator Development I have my separate sections of on the map so I can now start inputting the data that I have collected so that I can develop it further
  • 6. Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 January February March April May June July August September October November December January February March April May June July August September October November December January February March April May June July August September October November December
  • 7. January February March April May June July August September October November December 12%
  • 8. Location Development With the vector image of the world I have started to make each continent a different colour and showing this in a different layer so it will have a sleek finish when I turn off the original layer.
  • 9. Continent % North America 12 South America 8 Africa 12 Asia 42 Europe 23 Oceania 3 Armed with data! I have my separate sections of on the map so I can now start inputting the data that I have collected so that I can develop it further. I intend to make the areas where more crashes occur red and the safer areas green. This is imitating a traffic light type system, I am choosing to do this because people will be familiar with it and are more likely to understand.
  • 10. Colour Scheme I am planning to use a traffic light like system to colour code each country, according to how many airline accidents they have had, in line with the data that I have collected around this area. This is just a simple test of different shades I am looking at exploring. The bold colours have a deeper impact compared to lines 2&4 where the colours seem more subtle and pastel.
  • 11. This Infographic represents the data related to Airline crashes over the last 5 years (2009-2013) not including Terrorist attacks. All the data is taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_accidents_and_incidents_involving_commercial_aircraft#2013

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