Speaker Jessica Bellamy


Jessica tells visual stories using data and personal narratives. She started her design career working with non-profits and community groups to create compelling explainers that break down complex service and policy information. In 2015, she created a small design agency called GRIDS: The Grassroots Information Design. In 2017, she created a hands-on workshop called Infographics for Social Change: A Graphic Ally Hackathon, which she has given at several conferences and major universities (Carnegie Mellon, UCLA, and Yale). She is also the creator of the Infographic Wheel, a handheld design tool that helps creatives select a visual layout for any dataset.

Designers have an opportunity to use their talents to create and support mindful, authentic narratives featuring unconventional and underrepresented perspectives and faces.

Interview on The Great Discontent
See full interview here.