Introducing our judges, part 3

With the shortlist up and the public vote open, meet another 7 of our expert judging panel.

Andy is a data visualisation specialist, design consultant, author, lecturer at MICA (US) and Imperial College (UK) - and previous Gold winner in the Information is Beautiful Awards for his website, Visualising Data.


Eleanor Lutz is a data designer and writer of Tabletop Whale, an original science illustration blog, and 2015 IIB Awards Gold winner for How To Build A Human.

@eleanor_lutz |


Mona is data editor, Guardian US, and previously worked at FiveThirtyEight, the Bank of England, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Transparency International and the International Organisation for Migration.


Nathan Yau helps people understand data through visualization on his site FlowingData.


Nicholas Felton is a designer, entrepreneur and artist concerned with translating data into meaningful objects and experiences. He has been profiled by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times and his work is a part of the permanent collections of MoMA, SF MoMA and the RISD Museum. 



Peter Grundy is a designer and illustrator who has been a pioneering figure in infographics since the 80s.

@grundini |


Stefanie Posavec is an award-winning data designer. Her drawing project with Georgia Lupi, 'Dear Data', was deemed the ‘Best Dataviz Project’ and the ‘Most Beautiful’ at the 2015 Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards, and is now available as a book


:: Meet the rest of our crack panel of expert judges here: [part 1] [part 2] [part 4]

:: Have your say - visit our showcase and hit the grey VOTE button on the right. 



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