Self-Made Minds Campaign
Lead Design, UX, Art Direction
Most Americans would admit that political party bias has a significant influence on the way they interpret facts. Quantifying this theory, however, often seems less tangible. So to investigate the problem and bring light to possible solutions, Solve conducted a public survey. The survey presented participants with objectively true statements, erroneously attributed to a polarizing candidate from either the Democratic or Republican party. Those surveyed were then asked if they believed this statement. Their acceptance or rejection of these truths was then juxtaposed against their political party of choice.
To showcase the results of the survey, I was tasked with branding, crafting infographics and designing a website to house our findings.
Created at Solve
Web development by Andrea McNett