I started this project with no clear idea in mind and followed through the entire process solely based on intuition. Continue reading
It’ s safe to say that one of the best feelings in the world is when you exchange the textbooks you carry at school for light-weight novels, which are best read at home with a cup of hot, piping tea. In celebration of a new trimester, I tried to fit reading back into my grueling schedule, and within a few days, I found myself turning the last page of a book with reluctance.
I did my ever first info-graphic and truth to be told, it wasn’t as bad as I initially thought it would be!
Info-graphic (noun): visual representations pertaining graphs, charts, diagrams in which information can be understood through minimal text.
Canva is one of many useful web/apps for any kind of design, and it offers free templates and photos. It was recommended, so I decided to choose Canva as my go-to designing web/app for my first infographic. And I’ll be honest, I wasn’t disappointed.
But not everything went easily and smoothly since one of the aspects of an info-graphic was to limit the amount of text and relay information through graphics while the reader would receive the same amount of information. One of the difficulties I had was deciding what to put in and take out from my info-graphic, which in time was figured out.
Without further ado, feel free to skim my info-graphic down below!
From participating in the global round of LAB (Learning Across Borders) in Hanoi, Vietnam to a three days of vacation in Bagan, Myanmar, you could say my summer had been quite busy and eventful…
The following illustration below portrays Nyan Htoo, an Asiatic Black Bear or Moon Bear, who had just undergone the painful surgery of the removal of his three kilogram tongue last year.
He was rescued by a group of monks in Myanmar who halted his journey to China, where the bile from a bear’s gallbladder is used for traditional medicine.
Hello! My name is Sabrina, a fourteen year old girl who has a knack for forgetting things in a span of five minutes. I was born in Yangon, Myanmar on May 10, 2003. I have two sisters in which I’m stuck being in the middle. Most of my childhood took place in Vietnam, but my mother decided to come back to Yangon to continue both I and my sisters’ education.