For Kids: a nutrition workbook

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Childhood obesity numbers are at an all-time high in the United States. For the first time in history, the next generation has a shorter projected lifespan than their parents. Establishing healthy eating habits from a young age is a crucial need, as it will help kids transition into a healthy adulthood. The goal for this project was to design and develop the content, information graphics, and page layouts for a nutrition education workbook. By developing a cohesive visual system that is appropriate and engaging for children ages 8 to 12, healthy eating is encouraged, and a dialogue about nutrition is created between parent and child.
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Jenna Brucoli
JB Design

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September 23, 2010
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01cover
Workbook cover
02intro
Introductory page
03plate
Explanation of a balanced diet
04fruits
Explanation of serving sizes
05guacamole
Recipe instructions
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To create a nutrition education workbook that allows children to develop healthy eating habits.

 
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Senior thesis project by Jenna Brucoli, Visual Communication Design major, Department of Design, The Ohio State University. Peter Kwok Chan + Paul Nini, faculty advisors.