UX designer & self-quantifier
Awards & Exhibitons
Oslo Startup Weekend Adobe Museum D&AD Student Awards CSM Degree Show
Publications & Blogs
IDN Infographics Creative Review Visual.ly Design Boom
Conferences & Workshops
Tufte one-day course Visualising complex info TYPO London UX People DOU '12
« Carolina was a fantastic designer to work with. A great eye for detail, a solid understanding of interaction design and a personality that made it easy for her to collaborate with developers and client side managers alike. Respected and published in the field, it would be great to work with her again. »
— Jonathan Brierley
« One of the most talented designers I have had the pleasure of working with. She strikes the rare balance of Information Architecture and Interaction Design thinking with an incredible eye for clarity and elegance in her information design. She is incredibly methodical, and yet still works quicker than most senior designers with decades more experience. A rare and versatile talent whether you are doing dynamic data visualisation, user interface design, or information and print work. »
— Jason Mesut
A self-initiated project, 317 is an exploration of how emotionally close versus how geographically close the people I have met in my life are to me. Selected to appear in the Adobe Museum of Digital Media and published in information design books across the globe.
" It is a stark and unexpected statement on how relationships in this digital era are linked inextricably to the way we choose to communicate." — Thomas Goetz
Each ring represents a person, and each colour represents the countries where I’ve met them. The rings on the left are the people who are emotionally closest to me, and to the right are the ones less close.
The ‘staying in touch’ graph reveals how often I communicate with each person, whether face-to-face, phone, email or Facebook.
The Creatørs Club
Branding and Identity
Creative Director & Founder
In charge of the branding, identity and development for a newly established Norwegian lifestyle brand, including physical signage, point of sale, packaging, website and ongoing communications. The entire concept was based on the Norwegian vowel Ø. The aesthetics is clean and modern, with a hint of craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Stationary: Business cards
Fully responsive ecommerce platform
Interaction Design & Data Visualisation
Created during Startup Weekend Oslo, Lifelines is a self-tracking app that projects how you feel on top of what you do. Selected as one of the finalists, this project involved the entire design process from business development, user research, sketching, rapid prototyping and design in just 56 hours.
User interface design
As part of one of the largest UX teams in Europe designing a new trading platform/RIA for a large investment bank, I was the visual designer responsible for analytics and complex data visualisations across the platform. I was also involved in the definition of the visual language and helped to create and maintain the visual style guide.
To learn more, watch the brand video
In collaboration with Fuse music network, I led a team of developers in designing an app which visualises real-time Twitter conversation spikes revealing top trending artists. The app is not only broadcast daily on Fuse’s TV channel, but is also supported on both desktop and mobile platforms.
Desktop version is currently live
FRONT END OF INNOVATION
Branding and identity
A brand identity proposal for a global conference focusing on innovation across industries and trends. By using real-time data, the proposed brand identity visualised the exchanges of conversations between individuals and their impact on the overall network of attendees.
The logo is modified and transformed in an organic manner as more and more people contribute to the conversation
This visualization gives an overview of the whole conversation network
56 DAYS WORTH OF FOOD
A detailed study of personal food consumption from February 1st to March 31st, 2010. Selected to be published on Visual Complexity: Mapping Circles and Radial Structures in 2014.
This visualisation deals with the food I eat the most ranked by quantity eaten versus calorie content of each food
Zoomed in view of most consumed food items
Breakdown of my daily consumption into main nutrients and also a comparison between calorie intake versus perceived happiness
Zoomed in view of nutrients consumed versus recommended amounts
Thank you for scrolling...
Copyright © 2014 Carolina Andreoli
Powered by Strikingly - Best website builder for the mobile age
Create your own website with Strikingly