Foreclosure is a complicated, archaic and intimidating process that lacks general public understanding. UHAB seeks to update their current infographic to one that can be run off of on an average copier to expand their capacity to use it. The message of this infographic needs to use democratic and encouraging language that inspires tenants to to get involved in their buildings.
“Looking at the project listings, the subject of foreclosure and note sale was something I was interested in learning more about. I had done some infographics in the past but it looked like an interesting opportunity to learn something new and try to present the information within an infographic.”
A fresh infographic, “Survival Guide to Note Sale”, illuminating the foreclosure process available in both English and Spanish.
“Donna’s infographic provides immediate educational information to UHAB’s tenants and tenant organizations. We are hoping it helps to transition a large percentage of our tenants through crisis. To date, we service tenants in 28 buildings in foreclosure spread across 4 of New York City’s boroughs. These buildings combined, are comprised of over 1500 units.”
“It was great - honestly it was a new challenge to work on. I like working on infographics a lot and this was a subject that I hadn’t really done before. It was a really good learning experience, the UHAB team was very easy to work with - there was good communication back and forth and they liked hearing my ideas. Overall, it was a very smooth collaborative process.”
Donna dedicated 25 hours to the infographic, resulting in $2K saved for UHAB.