The representation of an idea can mean the difference between clarity, confusion, provocation, and indifference. Effective visual communication relies upon understanding the target audience, what is the intended message, and how can we most clearly represent that information? Diagrams, of any medium, should be a universal language that when choreographed well can be both didactic and elegant. Join the discussion and feel free to bring your own examples to broaden our understanding of this interesting topic.
Jonathan Fournier is an Architect with over 18 years of experience in practice having worked at several offices including Payette, Daniel Libeskind, Bjarke Ingels Group, and now serves as Director of Höweler + Yoon in Boston. In addition to his daily work as an architect, Jonathan has donated his spare time to volunteering with the local and international community. We are honored to have him volunteer his time and talent with our group to help us dive deep on Diagramming.