Cecilia Villegas
Industrial and Graphic Designer
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Risk of Pollution Poster

Informational poster designed to explain who is at greater risk to be affected by air pollution. People with certain pre-existing diseases as well as people living in poverty are the once at higher risk. The poster shows the evident rate of these group of people, being larger in the most polluted cities in the country, compared to the rate in the least polluted cities in the U.S.

THE PROBLEM

Even though most people are aware of the causes of pollution, and the effects it may have, they might not be mindful of the fact that individuals with certain pre-existing diseases and people living in poverty are the groups at greater risk of being affected by pollution. The American Lung Association has a website devoted to communicating this information; so this poster is a printed piece that helps spread this message.

THE SOLUTION

The informational poster that explains who's the people with a greater risk to be affected by air pollution.  The groups with increased risk are people with certain pre-existing diseases (not all respiratory diseases) as well as people living in poverty. In the poster, it is evident that the rate of this groups of people is larger in the most polluted cities in the country, compared to the rate in the least polluted cities in the U.S.

Visual Information Practice course. SCAD Atlanta, Fall 2015.

Risk of Pollution Poster

Informational poster designed to explain who is at greater risk to be affected by air pollution. People with certain pre-existing diseases as well as people living in poverty are the once at higher risk. The poster shows the evident rate of these group of people, being larger in the most polluted cities in the country, compared to the rate in the least polluted cities in the U.S.


The Problem

Even though most people are aware of the causes of pollution, and the effects it may have, they might not be mindful of the fact that individuals with certain pre-existing diseases and people living in poverty are the groups at greater risk of being affected by pollution. The American Lung Association has a website devoted to communicating this information; so this poster is a printed piece that helps spread this message.

The Solution

The informational poster that explains who's the people with a greater risk to be affected by air pollution.  The groups with increased risk are people with certain pre-existing diseases (not all respiratory diseases) as well as people living in poverty. In the poster, it is evident that the rate of this groups of people is larger in the most polluted cities in the country, compared to the rate in the least polluted cities in the U.S.


Role in the Project: Designer 

Information Design. Poster Design

Visual Information Practice. SCAD Atlanta. Fall 2015