Trying my hand at graphic design
My first project involved crafting an infographic to convey key information about the newly revamped SAS global security operations center. Our team initiated a series of orientation walk-throughs of the new security ops center to introduce key internal stakeholders to the new infrastructure. We also used the opportunity to educate employees about the center and to answer questions about our function on campus and the center’s security operations capabilities. As part of the presentation, we distributed the infographic I designed to convey key facts and data points highlighting the scope of SAS’ security presence on campus.
In addition, I am finishing up work on a second educational piece intended to assist employees in responding to emergencies.
The wallet-sized, fold up collateral includes key protocols for responding to everything from inclement weather scenarios to workplace first aid/first response incidents that may arise.
My experience with each of these projects has allowed me a real-world opportunity to present information in the UNC MPA-mandated style—“clearly, concisely, and free of ambiguity”—while working to develop new methods for conveying information.