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Icons & Ideograms

This project focused on the selection of a public sector website, specifically the IRCTC railway booking site. Through a comprehensive analysis of the website and its diverse functionalities, significant phrases were identified that required corresponding icons. Following established icon design guidelines and principles, icons were meticulously created to cater to various sizes and modes. The icon design process prioritized clarity, simplicity, and consistency, ensuring that the icons effectively conveyed their intended meanings and seamlessly integrated into the user interface of the website.

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Ruins of the mountain

This project delves into the 2011 earthquake incident in Sikkim, examining its wide-ranging impact and exploring the factors that contributed to its severity, such as the excessive number of dams and melting glaciers. Utilizing the QGIS mapping tool, the project employs narrative cartography techniques to visually portray the interconnectedness of these elements, providing a comprehensive understanding of the incident and its aftermath. By integrating spatial data and storytelling through maps, the project offers valuable insights into the complex dynamics and consequences of the earthquake in Sikkim.

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Schematic hometown map

This project delves into the concept of comparing an actual map with the cognitive representation of a familiar location in our minds. Within this project, diverse cartographic information, such as landmarks, road systems, intersections, water features, parks, and more, are intricately woven into the mental depiction of the location. Furthermore, an assortment of color palettes, layouts, typographic styles, and other design elements were systematically refined to harmonize with the chosen metaphor that encapsulates the essence of the location.

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Data selfie

This project delves into the exploration of self-identity and the challenge of representing oneself accurately. The project then addresses the intriguing concept of the visual variations in one's appearance, considering how individuals may perceive themselves differently in images, mirrors, and through personal imagination compared to how others visually perceive them. To visually represent this complexity, multiple versions of the individual were generated using machine learning tools, resulting in a thought-provoking presentation of the diverse facets of self-identity.

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Instructional Illustration

This project focused on selecting three common and straightforward everyday tasks. These tasks were extensively documented through photography, capturing various stages and elements involved in each action. The final visualization takes the form of a comprehensive manual that visually explains and guides individuals through the step-by-step process of performing these actions. By combining photography and illustration, the project offers an intuitive and informative visual representation of the tasks, enabling users to grasp the nuances of each action more effectively.

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