Visualizing the Mueller Report

for Typography & Visual Design

A series of three posters designed during the Spring 2019 semester class of Typography and visual design, taught by Professor William Bevington. The assignment asked student to produce a word map using solely programmatic methods as to allow the exploration of a structure outside of the designers control.
Each of these posters visualize a distinct characteristic of the text corpus of the Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election. Utilizing a web scraping script the data was collected from a scan on The New York Times website. After being parsed in python the graphics were produced using the P5.js library.