Internet privacy and anonymity are paramount to users, especially as the digital devices and services we use take increasingly critical roles in our lives, as well as the growing concern of surveillance of our internet activities. Using statistical data, playful yet elegant illustrations and careful attention to layout design, I wanted to showcase why your online privacy is important, ways to protect and control your online content, and advocates fighting for greater digital rights. The back of the pamphlet also features a large format poster as well.
Aesthetically, I aimed to evoke a sense of caution and warning to drive the significance of internet privacy and surveillance. Inspired primarily by official and fan artwork of George Orwell's 1984 — I've applied a bold, vintage visual language through colour, typography, and illustration.
Based on the pamphlet, I've created an interactive digital publication designed for the tablets and the web using InVision. A significant part of the project was considering the chosen format's proportions, usability and navigation and how the interactive aspects available within the chosen software impacts the narrative structure.