In creating the collaborative report booklet for the research findings we gained from Building the Block With Rhythm, a community block party in Springdale, there needed to be spreads throughout that went into more depth regarding human–centered design and the mindsets that accompany it to better frame the research we did with the community. They needed to differ in style and provide a visual language that broke up the rest of the content throughout the book. I utilized the set color palette of the book to create gradient mapped images that were taken throughout the process of the block party. I also incorporated the typeface that we used throughout the rest of the book but in bolder weights and larger point sizes to make all the spreads louder. They range in content from explaining what human–centered design is to what each mindset entails and how we used each of them in the work we were doing specifically with Building the Block.