29 US states have failed to adopt non-discrimination laws to protect their LGBT inhabitants.
Yet over 60% of American LGBT people live in these states and suffer disproportionate socio-economic disadvantages as a result.
The LGBT Divide is an interactive web experience that sheds light on the impact that law and social policy has on LGBT people in America today.
Created by design agency, TWO-N, and US think tank, The Williams Institute, the interactive explores how issues of ethnicity, education, economic insecurity and health ... →
Air quality is a big deal in Salt Lake City, where the mountains frequently disappear behind curtains of smog, a pattern known to locals as “the inversion”.
Salt Lake City resident and award-winning designer, Yvette Shen, created this awesome scrolling interactive to show how - contrary to public opinion - the city’s air quality has actually improved over the last 35 years.
Using the Air Quality Index (as developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency), her piece Air of Salt Lake City colour-codes daily and yearly air quality right back to 1980.... →