Information Design has opened my mind to an entirely new way of thinking. Initially when I had chosen to pursue my studies in graphic design, I had a limited view of, and expectation, about the subject. As I delved more and more into the subject I observed innumerable possibilities of interactions and crossovers between, for example, design, art, architecture, mathematics and media. What I enjoyed most with information design is that I had to go through an iterative process of
designing to come to the final outcome. It was a constant learning journey for me, whether it was the effectiveness of packaging, country comparisons, university statistics or world problems. I felt that information design was a vast discipline which enabled me to be flexible with my ideas and to be keen on learning more.