Antya Waegemann - Designer and Creative Strategist
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Transforming Urban Transport - The Role of Political Leadership (TUT)

Transforming Urban Transport - The Role of Political Leadership (TUT-POL) was a 4-year research project hosted at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and sponsored by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations. I designed various design assets to communicate the research of the project including the website, infographics, and case study layouts.

TYPE: Website, Graphic Design, Infographics

CLIENT: Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2013 - 2017

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It’s easy to come up with transportation solutions and innovations, but how do you actually get them implemented?

Project

Transforming Urban Transport - The Role of Political Leadership (TUT-POL)

Type

Research / Branding / Graphic Design / Infographic / Web / Print Layout / Pitch Decks

Team

Professor Diane Davis, Lily Song, Onesimo Flores-Dewey

Context

Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2013 - 2017
Sponsored by The Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF)

 

Challenge

The first and largest sponsored research project hosted full time at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and sponsored by VREF, the project investigated how governance and political leadership could transform transportation initiatives. As Project Coordinator and Designer, I was responsible for communicating the project publicly through a variety of design assets and establishing a brand.

Outcome

TUT-POL researched and published eight case studies about eight democratically governed cities around that world that have unique stories around transportation and governance. The book will be published by MIT Press in 2019.

 
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TUT examined the spatial, political, and economic enablers and constraints on building sustainable urbanism. With a focus on transportation innovations, and with a view to the actions of citizens, state authorities, and private sector actors, the research team explored the conditions, conflicts and coalitions that have made eight cities around the world global leaders in urban transport. 

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