Trevor Berreth is a graphic designer with experience in UI/UX design, systems and mobility design, branding, publication design, and interaction. In previous roles, he has worked with SAS Analytics to incorporate AI and conversational user interface into existing software, designed exhibition installations for High Point University, Moogfest 2018’s design and production team to deliver the festival’s brand and programs material, and has designed and produced several books and magazines for various clients and organizations.
Trevor is developing the Carolina Demography brand and designs for data-visualization and digital interactive tools. His contributions can be seen in public communications, reports, web design, and social media.
He holds a BA in Graphic Design from North Carolina State University and an AAS in Multimedia Design from Salt Lake Community College.
We are sharing the testimony of Stacey Carless, the Executive Director of the NC Counts Coalition, who is testifying before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform today on "Providing the Census Bureau with the time to produce a complete…
As of July 25th, 2020, North Carolina had 7 million registered voters. Of these, 2.3 million or 33% were registered unaffiliated. This post examines the characteristics of NC’s unaffiliated voters. Age Younger voters are the most likely to register as…