Kiss Me I'm Polish LLC

We The People


In the summer of 2010, Kiss Me I’m Polish designed a suite of full-page information graphics for the eighth edition of WW Norton’s textbook We The People: An Introduction to American Politics.

A recurring feature in each of the book’s 27 seven chapters (9 of which were unique to just the Texas edition), “Who Are Americans?” offers college-level students a colorfully visual analysis of a range of data-sets relevant to the central theme of each chapter. Exploring topics such as health care reform, voting patterns, presidential approval ratings, and equal rights for women, the designs follow the overarching look & feel of the book itself, while presenting each unique statistical snapshot in a visually distinctive way and also helping to break-up the text-heavy content of the book.

  • Art Direction
  • Information Graphics
  • Illustration

Kiss Me I'm Polish makes every project that they do with us better than I could have imagined. Not only do they create clever infographics, elegant book designs, and witty animations, but they do the work with intelligence, patience, and charm. I can't praise Agnieszka and her team high enough. They're amazing.”

– Karl Bakeman, Editor & Vice President, W. W. Norton

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