As part of my work on the Toronto Ward Boundary Review Project at the Canadian Urban Institute, I developed a number of maps illustrating population data, housing data and ward and riding boundaries. Displayed in public meetings consulting on the present location of Toronto’s municipal ward boundaries, these maps provided needed context to the discussion of where to draw boundaries. Building a streamlined and focused design theme while also paying attention to data accuracy and information communication were important aspects of this work.
With this work, I was responsible for a complete data and design process from population data analysis, through GIS layer creation and collection, to final design, proofing and printing. For more information on the project, see the project website.