Resources for the Homeless
In collaboration with three other Towson alumni and community partners at Healthcare for the Homeless, Eve designed a resource map for Baltimore’s homeless, indicating the places in the city where people could find shelter, healthcare, showers, food, and other assistance.
Originally an assignment for a graphic design class on social issues, the project quickly sprouted legs and leapt from the classroom to the community. The team interviewed social workers as well as the homeless, conducting thorough user testing on the map’s material, size, color, icons, literacy levels of users, and a host of other considerations that would ultimately determine whether the map could be used effectively. During field studies with various versions of the map, Baltimore’s homeless weighed in—ultimately making the final product much more useful.
One thousand “The Road Home” maps were distributed at a downtown event designed to raise awareness of homelessness in Baltimore.
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