We continue today to bring you visual inspiration from Brazil, after presenting you the work of Luiz Salomão, with another very well-known name in the infographic field not only in that country, but also around the world. Currently based in New York, Gabriel Gianordoli defines himself as “an information designer who builds things using drawing and code.”
He is teaching interactive data visualization at NYU., while finishing his MFA at the Design and Technology program at Parsons. In addition to that, Gabriel is also developing works for Code, Compose, Collaborate, a project that teaches kids how to program using music, and on a recommendation system for the MET Museum Media Lab.
But the works he shared with us are mostly from the time when he was working in his home country editorial industry, both for Abril Communications and for Globo Publications, Brazil’s two major publishing powerhouse.
After getting his degree on Industrial Design- Visual Programming at the Federal University of Espírito Santo, he worked in the newsrooms of some of Brazil’s most notorious magazines, when it comes to infographics, such as Info Corporate, Mundo Estranho, Época Negócios and Superinteressante. He also did many projects for other companies like Ambev and Petrobras, Folha de São Paulo e publicações como Bravo, Nova Escola e Cult.
Before moving to New York, he also workedin Itaú’s Bank UX and innovation department, where they aimed to develop a better user experience in the bank’s several channels, with a particular focus on data visualization.
Here are the works Gabriel shared with us:
Cardápio (menu) | Superinteressante
Korea | Época Negócios
Great journeys | Superinteressante
War on Terror | Superinteressante
Live to ride, ride to… | Column Five
Ocean world | Superinteressante
The happiest workers | Superinteressante
Corn show | Superinteressante
The colours of Art | Superinteressante
Last words | Superinteressante