Federica is an award-winning information designer who has developed data visualisations for ODI on migrant keyworkers' contribution to the COVID-19 response and the Mayors Dialogue on Growth and Solidarity, a platform connecting African and European cities around the issue of human mobility. She also works with Google, BBC Science Focus, Corriere della Sera United Nations and many others. Federica is a co-author of Planet Earth: Infographics for Discovering Our World for National Geographic Kids and White Star, and the Geopolitical Atlas of Water.
Federica Fragapane is an independent information designer. Among her projects, she designed data visualizations for Google News Lab, UN, Scientific American, BBC Science Focus, Penguin Books and La Lettura. She is co-author of the infographics children's book “Planet Earth: Infographics for Discovering Our World ” and the "Geopolitical Atlas of Water". Many of her projects have an experimental approach and she is interested in exploring the relationship between data visualization and people. She won the Data Design Honoree at Fast Company Innovation by Design Awards 2019, the gold medal at the Core77 Design Awards 2018 in New York and was awarded at the European Design Awards 2019 and 2017, Core77 Design Awards 2017 and Information is Beautiful Awards 2017 and 2014. Her work has been featured as design of the week by Design Emergency and by design magazine Wallpaper.