Bridges to Prosperity creates connections to rural residents around the world, empowering them to stay connected and have access to different economic opportunities, resulting in 36% wage increase, 75% Farmer Profitability, and 60% more women entering the workforce.
Given a data set of bridges created by Bridges to Prosperity I analyzed the data and presented it in a way that is pleasing to the eye and easy to comprehend. This combined the Graphic Design course and the Geographic Data Visualization course at the University of Michigan.
We started off by finding and cleaning the data from multiple sources, and evaluating many different ways to present the data.
Of particular challenge was finding ways for the images to embed in the visualization, so upon hovering over a dot, an image would appear from that specific site.
The result is a data visualization showing bridges being built over time, specifically across Rwanda.
To view the spatiotemporal visualization, visit Slide 5 of the Google Slides presentation.