Infographics have captured our minds and imaginations as we are increasingly exposed to facts, data, and visual traffic. As they have done over the centuries under various guises, today’s infographics help us distill information, provide additional analysis, reveal patterns, facilitate comparisons, and simply tell a story. They communicate what words and numbers can’t easily do alone. This workshop will introduce you the process of build a compelling infographic. Participants from all walks of life are welcome!
Julia is a partner and creative director of Hyperakt, an independent NYC design firm with a passion for creating work that effects change in the world around us: meaningful design for the common good. Hyperakt works with clients who fight for justice, celebrate culture and diversity, spread knowledge, and engage in social entrepreneurship.
With over 10 years of design experience in print, brand development and interactive media, Julia has been instrumental in establishing Hyperakt’s visual voice over the years. Julia leads a multi-disciplinary team of designers in a wide range of assignments. She develops and executes the company’s business strategy and is also intimately involved with client projects.
Julia has advised clients such as ACLU and UNICEF to establish their various program identities and extend their brand in print and interactive media. Julia initiated and leads Lunch Talks at Hyperakt: a monthly event to ignite collaboration and idea-sharing among the design community. Additionally, she received accolades from organizations such as Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, and How Magazine for her design and illustration work.
Julia was born in Ukraine and graduated from Parsons The New School of Design in New York.