This infographic was created for Theological Ethics of HIV/AIDS at Loyola Marymount University. It was posted on walls around campus.
       
     
 The poster could also be printed in grayscale for more economic distribution.
       
     
 The design's goal is to catch your eye from a distance and draw you in to see the finer details. This punch-in shows:  - The lines that divide the sections are common questions about HIV/AIDS and their answers.  - The circles are sized in proportion to infection rates in the US.  - The four letters contain infections ratios across a set of demographics.      
       
     
 Viewers are invited to continue their education online through the use of QR codes.
       
     
 This infographic was created for Theological Ethics of HIV/AIDS at Loyola Marymount University. It was posted on walls around campus.
       
     

This infographic was created for Theological Ethics of HIV/AIDS at Loyola Marymount University. It was posted on walls around campus.

 The poster could also be printed in grayscale for more economic distribution.
       
     

The poster could also be printed in grayscale for more economic distribution.

 The design's goal is to catch your eye from a distance and draw you in to see the finer details. This punch-in shows:  - The lines that divide the sections are common questions about HIV/AIDS and their answers.  - The circles are sized in proportion to infection rates in the US.  - The four letters contain infections ratios across a set of demographics.      
       
     

The design's goal is to catch your eye from a distance and draw you in to see the finer details. This punch-in shows:

- The lines that divide the sections are common questions about HIV/AIDS and their answers.

- The circles are sized in proportion to infection rates in the US.

- The four letters contain infections ratios across a set of demographics.

 

 

 Viewers are invited to continue their education online through the use of QR codes.
       
     

Viewers are invited to continue their education online through the use of QR codes.