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DDB&Co’s print campaign to raise awareness of stuttering aims for the funny bone. But is it a joke too far for speech disorder sufferers?

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the pop-up book of typography by lea lamarche

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These booklets were designed for a University project that’s also going to be entered into the RSA competition ‘Everyday Well-being’. 

The Idea behind ‘Open Up’ is that it’s a way to easily explain to someone what it is you’re going though, be it Anxiety or Depression or another type of Mental Health issue. The booklets themselves Open Up, to reveal basic but need to know information on what the person is going though and how you can help them get through it.

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I have decided to look at stammering as the topic for this project. I feel it is a disorder which is neglected by society and needs to have awareness raised (and the topic will hopefully compliment the typographic elements throughout my design.)

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my final poster for the significance of numbers project.

my final poster for the significance of numbers project.

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further development of my visualisation of the 6 degrees of seperation

further development of my visualisation of the 6 degrees of seperation

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looking at how the concept of ‘the 6 degrees of seperation’ can be displayed, using the concepts of ‘small world’ where the only thing to make the scale of the world seem insignificant is to break down what everything is made up of, atoms (molecular structure). this shows that we all are all the same, and what we are made of, and the world is made of is all the same. this is also inspired by networking maps, where everyone who communicates is shown on a map like this.

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discretionaryligatures:

Cartola typeface, by Tania Alvarez
Typeface designed for small pt size (4-8) to be used in maps. Inspired by antique forms of representing the world. It considers some aspects of geography as idealized information.  Academic exercise / Personal project / EINA. 2010

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Cartola typeface, by Tania Alvarez

Typeface designed for small pt size (4-8) to be used in maps. Inspired by antique forms of representing the world. It considers some aspects of geography as idealized information.  Academic exercise / Personal project / EINA. 2010

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An optimal algorithm to calculate degrees of separation in social networks

Bakhshandeh et al have addressed the search problem of identifying the degree of separation between two users in social networks such as Twitter. They have introduced new search techniques to provide optimal or near optimal solutions. The experiments are performed using Twitter, and they show an improvement of several orders of magnitude over greedy approaches. Their optimal algorithm finds an average degree of separation of 3.43 between two random Twitter users, requiring an average of only 67 requests for information over the Internet to Twitter. A near-optimal solution of length 3.88 can be found by making an average of 13.3 requests.

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