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Articles tagged: visualization

  1. Same Diff: The English-Language Press Maps the French Election

    By David Yanofsky

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    Here’s a reminder: In normal times, US-based publications normally don’t put much effort into visualizing foreign elections. Of course, with presidency of Donald Trump, a British vote to leave the European Union, and a presidential election in France without either of the mainstream political parties qualifying, we don’t live in normal times.

  2. Playing with Suspense in Data Visualizations

    By Lam Thuy Vo

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    For a recent story about how Washington Post editor Doris Truong became the center of a partisan online flame war, we wanted to illustrate what happens when a person becomes part of viral false story and subject to online trolling.

  3. Connecting with the Dots

    By Jacob Harris

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    Jake Harris on data visualization, empathy, and representing people with dots

  4. How (and Why) We Made Twitter Reverb

    By Simon Rogers

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    Twitter’s Simon Rogers introduces Reverb and walks through his team’s design and development work with Periscopic.

  5. What If the Data Visualization Is Actually People?

    By Sarah Slobin

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    Sarah Slobin discovers that all the facts and numbers didn’t add up to the humans in her story.

  6. Meet Bloomberg’s Dataview

    By Jeremy Scott Diamond

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    One of our most recent works, “How Americans Die,” is an instance of what we call a “dataview.” The impetus behind dataview was a hope to provide clear and concise storytelling, while giving the supporting data more prominence and explorability.

  7. How and Why Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration Rocks

    By Wes Lindamood

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    Wes Lindamood explains the magic of working together from the start with a UX-driven process

  8. Model Analysis

    By Erik Hinton

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    The New York Times’ Erik Hinton breaks down a Fashion Week colorbar special feature with bonus fancy math.

  9. Creating Games for Journalism

    By Sisi Wei

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    Sisi Wei makes the case for newsgames and shows you how it’s done

  10. Creating The Grid: a Story of Prototyping

    By Joey Marburger

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    Joey Marburger on the prototype process behind creating the Washington Post’s interactive, The Grid

  11. Visual Literacy in an Age of Data

    By Shazna Nessa

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    Shazna Nessa explains visual literacy and why it’s critical for data visualizers to take it seriously.

  12. Men’s NCAA Interactive: Redesigning Bracket Slightly Easier than Winning It

    By Sean McDade

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    Sean McDade reinvents the wheel with the Associated Press Final Four Interactive.

  13. Design Principles for News Apps & Graphics

    By Lena Groeger

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    Lena Groeger’s lowdown on how to apply classic design principles to your newfangled interactive graphics and apps.

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