Terrence Fradet

terrencefradet(at)gmail.com | @tfradet

Hi, I'm a designer that aspires to make information accessible and approachable. Take a look at some of the projects I've created with my colleagues at Fathom Information Design.

Fathom Watch Faces · August 2015

A collection of playful interactive watch faces for the Google Android Experiments.

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Fathom Watch Faces: an Android Experiment – 12 August 2015

Social Campaign




No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project · March 2015

A website with interactive stories about the participation of women and girls worldwide, the data shows we are not there yet on gender equality.

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No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project – 9 March 2015

Social Campaign



The Clinton Foundation

All Streets · November 2014

An online print shop for U.S. states, two U.S. territories (and countries coming soon). A continuation of Ben Fry's original All Streets.

What We Eat · October 2014

A web interactive for National Geographic's Future of Food series that visualizes daily diets and meat consumption from different countries.

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What the World Eats – 16 October 2014


National Geographic Society

Let's Chat · September 2014

A mobile web app that enables people with severe speech impediments to have face-to-face conversations.

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Let’s Chat! – 4 September 2014

Colorful Language · August 2014

A mobile app that visualizes your individual way of seeing color. A continuation of my interest with the World Color Survey.

Urban Agriculture · July 2014

A web app that enables people to find locations where they can start a commercial farm in Boston by combining new legislation and zoning data.

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Time to get growin’ – 11 July 2014

Urban Agriculture: Knight Demo Day – 18 June 2014

Special Thanks

Edith Murnane with the Boston Office of Food Initiatives, John(Tad) Read and Marie Mercurio with the Boston Redevelopment Authority and Allison Condra with the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, the project would not have been possible without you and you were all a joy to collaborate with.

Mirador · June 2014

A desktop app for visual exploration of complex datasets. It enables users to discover correlation patterns and derive new hypotheses from the data.

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Third place and two category prizes in the United States Department of Health and Human Services VizRisk competition - 5 January 2015


Sabeti Lab at Harvard University

Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

NikeFuel Weather Activity · April 2014

A website that connects Nike+ FuelBand activity with localized weather data, allowing users to see how daily temperatures, rain, and snow affect personal, statewide, and national movement patterns in the U.S.

Blog Posts

Let’s talk about the weather – 2 May 2014

NikeFuel Weather Activity – 25 April 2014


Nike, Inc.

Year in NikeFuel · March 2014

A website built for Nike that allows the entire FuelBand community to see visually unique and telling stories of their personal activity trends.

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Coding the Body – 4 April 2014

Catching Fire – 14 February 2014

2013 Year in NikeFuel – 3 February 2014

Social Campaign



Nike, Inc.


apexart: Coding the Body – 19 March 2014

Geographic vs. Topological Metro Map · May 2013

An interactive map of the MBTA train lines that animates between geographic and topological views.

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How much geography can we do without? – 1 May 2013

Global Landscapes · June 2013

A print graphic for Popular Science’s biennial special energy issue about how geography drives energy development.

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Treading Lightly – 30 May 2013


Popular Science

2012 Thomson Reuters Annual Report · April 2013

Five visualizations for Thompson Reuters 2012 annual report showcasing their productized datasets to give insights from the past year.

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2012 Thomson Reuters Annual Report – 18 April 2013


Thomson Reuters Corporation

Fathom Bracket · March 2013

A website for March Madness where users can create a pool, make picks and see how they play out in real-time.

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2012 Thomson Reuters Annual Report – 18 April 2013

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Spring Psychosis – 20 March 2013

Connected China · April 2012

A web app that navigates the rise to leadership in China; a collaborative project with Thompson Reuters built for the iPad as an HTML5 application, and available on the Web.


10 April 2015

Visiting lecturer at Harvard's CS171 Visualization class.

12 November 2014

Lecturer at the Tech Poetics meetup.

9 September 2014

Lecturer at Tuesday Night Lecture Series for the graduate School of Visual Arts at Boston University

13 June 2014

Knight Foundation Demo Day in Pittsburg presenting urg.ag with Alex Geller.

Portfolio from Savannah College of Art and Design

Vignola | Amsterdam Tram System | Cycling Project | Chick-fil-A | Power Plant | Bicycling Guide | The Craft of Printmaking | Gunlocke Exhibit | Ender's Game | St. Andrew's


Terrence Fradet is a designer and developer at Fathom Information Design since May 2012. In his dynamic role at Fathom, he focuses on visual design, illuminating meaningful data-driven stories for a range of clients and industries. As part of a small team he additionally contributes to data analysis, UI/UX design, front-end web development, and copywriting to create mobile apps and websites that integrate information graphics. He enjoys learning by translating complex data sets into accessible, interactive visualizations and tools. Clients he has worked for include Nike, Google, National Geographic, GE, Thomson Reuters, the Knight Foundation, the World Bank, the Gates Foundation and The Broad Institute at Harvard and MIT.

His passion for design stems from his innate visual learning process, originating from early childhood experiences spending time in nature and participating in structured arts and crafts. He attended Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia, for his undergraduate studies, earning his BFA in graphic design. He established a complementary minor in printmaking where he experimented with traditional printmaking processes and mentored students as a printshop monitor. Highlights of his academic career include being selected for the SCAD 'Outstanding Academic Achievement Award', receiving the Dan Fantauzzi Memorial Scholarship and being featured in GD U.S.A. as a 'Student to Watch', 2012.