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Meet our judges, part 5

This year was really special: the quality of the entries, an all-star team of judges and massive public participation.

Take a moment to meet the 5th group of judges who decided who will win the Awards tonight!

 

Alberto is data editor at the Guardian. He has worked at the intersection of news, digital and data for over a decade.

albertonardelli.tumblr.com | @AlbertoNardelli 

 

Ben Rubin is co-founder (along with Jer Thorp and Mark Hansen) of the Office for Creative Research; he creates video and sound sculptures, projections, and large-scale public art installations. 

o-c-r.org | @earstudio

 

Brendan Dawes is a designer exploring the interaction of objects, people, technology and art using form and code with an eclectic mix of digital and analog materials. He’s won the Information is Beautiful Awards in the past with his project Kennedy.

brendandawes.com | @brendandawes

 

David is an award-winning writer and journalist, founder of the blog Information is Beautiful. Author of the best-selling infographics book, ‘Information is Beautiful’ he has recently published its follow-up, ‘Knowledge is Beautiful’. His work has appeared in over 40 publications internationally, including The Guardian, Wired, and Die Zeit.

davidmccandless.com | @mccandelish

 

Rebecca Conroy, Partner at IIB Studio is an organiser of great data viz people and pieces.

iibstudio.com | @rebeccaconroyuk

 

 

Yes: you. Thanks to your huge number of votes, the public acted as ‘meta-judge’ on the panel and contributed to the overall decision.

 

» Meet our other judges here: [part 1] [part 2] [part 3] [part 4]

» Take another look at our showcase, maybe your favourites will take home a prize?

 

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