Unicef: State of the World's Children

The State of the World's Children is UNICEF's flagship annual report. Traditionally a print piece, UNICEF decided to take the report online to mark its 25th anniversary. As design lead, I was tasked with designing a user experience that included a three-chapter overview, 40 essays written by experts and young innovators and an interactive map where users can share stories of innovations across the world. Launch Site
Content Categories

Through a card sorting exercise, I helped UNICEF sort 40 essays into six comprehensive categories. These later served as critical means in which to browse through content and navigate the site.

Complementary Design

Many featured essays were submitted by children from around the world. I ensured that the article design provided a elegant context for their insights.

Cultivating a Community

I designed an interactive map that provides a platform where people around the world can share innovations from their communities.