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Same Diff: The English-Language Press Maps the French ElectionPosted on
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.
Playing with Suspense in Data Visualizations
By Lam Thuy VoPosted on
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.
Connecting with the Dots
By Jacob HarrisPosted on
Jake Harris on data visualization, empathy, and representing people with dots
How (and Why) We Made Twitter Reverb
By Simon RogersPosted on
Twitter’s Simon Rogers introduces Reverb and walks through his team’s design and development work with Periscopic.
What If the Data Visualization Is Actually People?
By Sarah SlobinPosted on
Sarah Slobin discovers that all the facts and numbers didn’t add up to the humans in her story.
Meet Bloomberg’s DataviewPosted on
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.
How and Why Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration RocksPosted on
Wes Lindamood explains the magic of working together from the start with a UX-driven process
By Erik HintonPosted on
The New York Times’ Erik Hinton breaks down a Fashion Week colorbar special feature with bonus fancy math.
Creating Games for Journalism
By Sisi WeiPosted on
Sisi Wei makes the case for newsgames and shows you how it’s done
Creating The Grid: a Story of PrototypingPosted on
Joey Marburger on the prototype process behind creating the Washington Post’s interactive, The Grid
Visual Literacy in an Age of Data
By Shazna NessaPosted on
Shazna Nessa explains visual literacy and why it’s critical for data visualizers to take it seriously.
Men’s NCAA Interactive: Redesigning Bracket Slightly Easier than Winning It
By Sean McDadePosted on
Sean McDade reinvents the wheel with the Associated Press Final Four Interactive.
Design Principles for News Apps & Graphics
By Lena GroegerPosted on
Lena Groeger’s lowdown on how to apply classic design principles to your newfangled interactive graphics and apps.