Armand Emamdjomeh is a graphics reporter at The Washington Post. Prior to joining the Post, he was the Deputy Director of Data Visualization at the Los Angeles Times, and also worked on the L.A. Times Data Desk.
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Articles by Armand
Mapping the Fiery Chaos of the 1968 Riots
How we made a complex, collaborative project using archival maps, decades-old Secret Service data, and morePosted on
A full walkthrough of the Washington Post’s mapping project involving D.C.’s 1968 riots.
How We Made the Washington Post Eclipse-Scroller
Google Maps, lots of layers, giant images, lazy loading, and two rubber bandsPosted on
With the coming eclipse, we wanted to build a very detailed map of the parts of America that would experience totality. We also wanted to show what the shadow of the eclipse would look like as it traversed the country.