What if I had told that I never spent more than a decade in one continent? As a child, traveling was part of my upbringing. Originating from Lebanese roots, I made my way to Australia at a very young age. By the time I was 20 I had moved countries four times and became aware of my diverse background. Although diversity exposed me to different cultures, it helped build a unique identity. That is what I find incredible because it separates that person from others and celebrates diversity.
You will often see me talking passionately about how design can change people’s views on today’s world issues. My passion for data visualization grew when I was working for a non-profit organization. Afterward, once I acquired my Master studies in Integrated Design, I reached a stage where I knew who I decided to be and how to do it. When you are aware of your focus, you can practice and deliver your best in those areas.
Research plays a vital role in my process because it is the foundation of creating something worth reading. When you have a strong research foundation, you can develop a brand not only based on visual references but also on reliable insights. I am specifically interested in Information design as it brings out my passion and creativity to investigate different social issues in today’s world.