A Lens to Pandemic Stay at Home Attitudes

Andrew Wentzel, Lauren Levine, Vipul Dhariwal, Zahra Fatemi, Abari Bhattacharya, Barbara Di Eugenio, Andrew Rojecki, Elena Zheleva, G. Elisabeta Marai

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2023-10-21T22:00:00ZGMT-0600Change your timezone on the schedule page
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We describe the design process and the challenges we met during a rapid multi-disciplinary pandemic project related to stay-at-home orders and social media moral frames. Unlike our typical design experience, we had to handle a steeper learning curve, emerging and continually changing datasets, as well as under-specified design requirements, persistent low visual literacy, and an extremely fast turnaround for new data ingestion, prototyping, testing and deployment. We describe the lessons learned through this experience.