Christchurch is a city situated in New Zealand. In February 2011, the city was struck by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake causing 45% damage to the city’s infrastructure, taking the lives of 185 people and destroying its iconic Cathedral.
The nonexistence of visually engaging post-disaster recovery update sources
Due to the devastating nature of the event, it is necessary to expose the topographical recovery process in a simplified manner that a wide range of inhabitants can understand.
Engage viewers to experience the recovery process by providing live-feed statistical visual updates.
User could track the live recovery process from a single trusted source. By visiting the website in a daily or weekly basis, user can witness how damages (represented by fragmented red circles) around the city is gradually being restored.