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This collection of visual data maps is a part of an ongoing search for a new paradigm of inclusive systems.
Design for Belonging via dome sine terra.
Visual data mapping as a tool for the graphic presentation of evidence is a common tool utilised in data design and design research. Though it serves as a data collecting and organising tool, its primary purpose is to communicate data to external participants. The benefit of mapping as a visual method is that it allows for multiple visual layering and demonstrations of data changes and shifts throughout short or long-term periods
Mapping qualitative experiences can be an act of co-design or participatory practice and therefore present an opportunity for graphic developments of distinct visual languages. Working with visual data is not a practice exclusive to data designers, but rather presents a form of active reflection on circumstances, emotion, and knowledge that everyone can access and produce.
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