​The clock goes live on the World Bank's food crisis page.
 ​My first design of the hunger clock with a map of where chronic malnutrition is most acute. 
 ​The hunger clock was also globalized through translating it into Spanish, French and Arabic versions.
 ​I reformatted the clock to be a live part of digital signage at the World Bank's annual meetings. Here it forms a constant header to a jumbotron outside of the World Bank's building.
 ​Inside the financial meetings, the chronic hunger clock grounds the conversations of experts and finance ministers discussion the response to the global food crisis.
 ​The hunger clock is featured across the World Bank's social media presence. Here it is seen on Facebook.
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