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As the only designer at Banjo, a Sillicon Valley startup backed by $600m, I pioneered all creative for the company. One of the more challenging tasks was to create a data visualization of Banjo’s information pipeline, illustrating the process of the A.I.

How does life-saving artificial intelligence work behind the scenes?

Creativity is fueled by constraint.

The most demanding aspects of this task weren’t an abstract concept like artificial intelligence, rather the additional parameters I was given, under direction of the CEO: I had two weeks to create a visualization using no iconography or imagery to accurately depict the information pipeline as a tool for employees and prospective partners.

After exploring several different avenues, I had an idea where all of the data lived inside an infinite box where each source was ingested, categorized and then spat out into the world.