Infographic & Data Visualization

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Infographic: Ridiculously Rich, The longest yacht fits almost three sternwheelers; bar chart: The distribution of wealth – Asia population 60%, GDP 39%, Africa population 17%, GDP 3 %, Europe population 9 %, GDP 25%, North America population 8 %, GDP 28%, South America population 5.5 %, GDP 3%, Oceania population 0.5%, GDP 2%; In one second Jeff Bezos makes USD 3715, that is what an Amazon warehouse worker earns in about 200 hours; List of the ten richest people – all 10 are male, 9 men are white, 8 live in the US; 66 Mio. GBP estimates the most expensive piece of royal jewellery, that equals 1350 kg of gold, the weight of one male and one female bison; Disclaimer: Most of those numbers are estimates and fluctuate over time.
This infographic highlights a few examples of how wealth is distributed. I created it for a Zine published by YILCO – Yukon Illustration Coalition.
Timeline infographic of movies connected with news quotes design process for timeline infographic
I created this timeline infographic for MGZN2030. It connects a selection of movies with current political events. The magazine I made the graphic for revolves around a Berlin-based film series called Filmreihe #2030. They regularly show movies that are related to the UNDP’s Sustainable Development Goals. 
Map with a chart on each continent showing the population in relation to Christian population and within the Protestant population: North America population 631 million, 77% Christian, 17% Protestant, South America population 362 million, 92% Christian, 10% Protestant, Europe population 747 million, 78% Christian, 12% Protestant, Africa population 1.16 billion, 49% Christian, 19% Protestant, Asia population 4.4 billion, 9% Christian, 2% Protestant, Oceania population 38 million, 73% Christian, 34% Protestant,
500 years after Martin Luther’s Reformation: The map shows each continent with first its total population (outer circle), then the percentage of Christians (light blue circle) and lastly how many Protistans (dark blue circle) live with the Christian community. (published in 2016)
Infographic showing delta heat's process of measuring and analyzing temperature data
This graphic summarizes Delta Heat‘s process of tracking and analyzing thermal data within a heating system to optimize its energy use. I also created the company’s logo and and some animated vector graphics.
Infographic, Climate Change Yukon, emissions by category, on-road 57%, heating 16%, mining 8%, electrical generation 6%, aviation 6%, other 7%   Infographic, Heating in the Yukon 2020, 57% fossil fuels, 36% renewable (incl. 21% electric, 15% wood), 7% other, 2030 goal: 50% renewable heating
 Bar chart - Number of solar enery systems in the Yukon: 2013 - 1, 20214 - 10, 2015 - 19, 2016 - 59, 2017 - 119, 2018 - 207, 2019 - 227, 2020 - 391, 2021 - 510;   Illustration & text, transportation in Yukon, With an average roundtrip commute of 20km you could reduce your emissions by about 1 tonne if you used active or public transit to get to work for one year, avarage Yukoner's annual GHG emmissions: 18.9 tonnes 
I made these social media infographics for the Our Clean Future Campaign. They showcase numbers and trends in areas such as fossil fuel emissions, heating, solar power or transportation and therefore emphasize on Yukon’s sustainability goals.
Client: Department of Environment – Yukon Government
Trend for ebook market in Germany between 2011 and 2014  Animation listing the cities with the most bookshops per capita in Germany
Do you read daily or multiple times a week?
Women 45%, Men 27%  Infographic on book releases in Germany in 2015

These graphics and animations visualize data around the German book market and were published around the time of the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015.
Graphic 1: Market share of e-book sales between 2011 and 2014
Graphic 2: The cities with the highest number of book shops per capita
Graphic 3: Do you read daily or multiple times a week? 45% of women and 27% of men said yes.
Graphic 4: Number of all book releases and their three largest groups compared

Infographic compares Theresienwiese (Oktoberfest) with Berlins Tempelhofer Feld  Graphic showing trend of beer price, 2002 6.30€, 2015 10€
112000 prevented theft of beer glasses   Comparison on water consumption

These infographics highlight and compare numbers from the Oktoberfest back in 2015.
Graphic 1: Comparing Theresienwiese (grounds for the Oktoberfest) with Berlin’s largest city park (Tempelhofer Feld)
Graphic 2: Beer price trend, from 6.30€ in 2002 to 10€ in 2015 
Graphic 3: 112,000 beer glasses were detected before being stolen
Graphicc 4: Comparing Oktoberfest’s water consumption with the average water consumption by 1 million households per month 

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