9/11 COMMISSION REPORT
For this project, I was tasked with re-designing the 9/11 Commission Report. This book is roughly 600 pages, consisting of various infographics, few photos, and several appendices. This project was a key stepping stone in learning the ropes of InDesign, and what it takes to tackle a project with this much content. Not only was it important to portray the information in a more interesting and nuanced light, but to maintain the serious nature of the book as well. This project was all about balance. It required a massive amount of organization and attention to detail.
It was important to me to make and execute decisions in a refined way, that was clear and respectful. From book size to the various paper types, and all the typographic detail in between, I feel I was able to communicate the message of this book well. The process challenged me to expand my typical thinking in regards to scale, continuity, and the overall involved process of seeing a project of this size through from start to finish. It was my first experience with dealing with large amounts of unformatted content, ordering my own paper, and working with a professional printer.