Alberto Cairo, University of Miami
Aziz Cami, Kantar
Giorgia Lupi, Accurat
David McCandless, Information is Beautiful
Stefanie Posavec, Designer and data artist
Duncan Swain, IIB Studio
Nathan Yau, FlowingData
Our panel of esteemed judges will draw up a long list for each category which will then be published online. Then the judges will whittle it down further to a short list. The shortlisted work will be showcased on the awards site and you, the dataviz community, will be asked to vote on your favorite piece of work in each category. Your votes and the votes of our judges will then decide who is covered in glory and crowned the winners!
July 9 2014 – Awards open for entries
September 15 2014 – Deadline for entry submissions
October 6 2014 – Awards jury publish the category long lists
October 13 2014 – Awards jury publish the shortlists for each category online. The online community can then vote for their favourite entries on the awards website
November 12 2014 – Winners are announced at an awards ceremony in London
If your entry is in another language please submit the original foreign language entry and send us a translation via email to email@example.com, making sure to include your name and entry details.
There is no date limitation for when work was created. Work that was entered into the awards in 2012 or 2013 cannot be re-entered this year.
Submitted pieces will be based on the following criteria:
- Is it appropriate?
- Does it achieve its objectives?
- Is it original?
- Is it beautiful?