I created a 2D interactive to educate museum patrons about spinal cord injuries (SCIs) and their relationship to motor function and sensory perception loss.
The interactive was created with the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago (NMHMC) as part of my project research at the University of Illinois at Chicago for my M.S. in Biomedical Visualization. I simplified complex scientific concepts about vertebral and spinal cord anatomy, spinal cord injuries, and paralysis into digestible information for a lay audience. Additionally, I created the illustrations using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, composed the interactive content, researched and implemented multimedia learning principles, designed the user interface, and developed the interactive using Adobe Muse and Dreamweaver. The final interactive is displayed at the NMHMC and in the UIC Biomedical Visualization department on 60-inch monitors with touchscreen overlays.