PROJECT: socialogue research
Ipsos wanted an interactive “big data” website. The company needed a site that was both playful and one that showcased Ipsos’s global studies about trends in consumer thought and behavior. The result was Socialogue, an online presentation of data collected from 20,0000 people across 25 countries.
I led a team of designers, engineers and researchers to develop the concept, goals, design, and technology for Socialogue. We designed the site internally at Ipsos, but for the programming technology I worked closely with a team of MIT Media Lab grads called Aeolab.com. Together, we produced a stylized, fully interactive site that seamlessly integrated massive amounts of data across all mobile and desktop platforms.