mamis got their new illustration or graphics by running a design contest:
Delaware Education Infographics = Need Cool Data Visualizations
Check out mamis's Illustration or graphics contest…
This will be a set of data infographics about the year in public education in Delaware for 2020. We are trying to capture a few pieces of positive progress, plus a few areas where we should do better (negative data).
What's your vision?
**FOR QUALIFYING ROUND, FEEL FREE TO SUBMIT SOME (NOT ALL) INFOGRAPHICS** This is two sets of data infographics: one positive, and one negative (see data and copy below and attached) about public education in Delaware for 2020. Each grouping of infographics must be able to fit on a standard PowerPoint slide. We are looking for creative, eye-catching ways to show this data and information visually. Please use branding guide attached for basic font/color guidelines. Infographics can include other colors, as long as they are complementary. Please include "Vision Coalition" logo. Progress: • Increased graduation rates in each of the last six years. In 2017-18, 87 percent of students graduated from high school in four years, compared to 80 percent in 2012-13 • Dual-enrollment increase: 1,500 students enrolled, earning college credit while still in high school. 23 percent of the graduating class of 2018 participated in a dual enrollment course (including 19 percent Hispanic/Latino, 16 percent African American, 18 percent low-income, five percent English learners) • Student nutrition: When school buildings closed in March due to COVID-19, schools and community partners mobilized to set up 382 sites (at churches, schools, community centers, housing developments mobile units) across the state to provide meals More to do: • Pre-K Access: Nationally, Delaware ranks in the bottom quartile and behind all neighboring states for state-funded pre-K enrollment. Only 845 children—5 percent of four-year-olds and 2 percent of three-year-olds—enrolled in state-sponsored pre-K • Child safety and wellness: Thanks to COVID-19, reports of child abuse are on the rise. Calls to helplines and hospitalizations for suspected abuse increased dramatically between March and June, local health officials said. • Unfinished learning: During the pandemic, about 10 percent of Delaware disengaged entirely. Students will return in fall 2020 with only around 70 percent of learning gains in reading relative to a typical school year, and just 50 percent gains in math. Students with disabilities, English learners, and other disadvantaged students will suffer deeper learning loss. • 3rd grade reading proficiency remains low and decreased in all categories besides special education (10 percent increase) and African American students (remained the same) o 22 percent special education o 33 percent English learners o 36 percent African Americans o 35 low-income o 37 percent Hispanic o 65 percent white o 51 percent all students
Check out previous examples of this type of work at this link: http://visioncoalitionde.org/get-involved/resources/
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Illustration or graphics starts at $349.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their illustration or graphics.
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