GOLD ($1,000) Data USA by Datawheel, Deloitte & Macro Connections (USA)
A free and open source platform that combines data from a variety of US statistical agencies.
SILVER ($500) News Explorer by IBM Watson (USA)
Distilling unstructured text into entities and concepts, and connecting the dots.
BRONZE (tied - $250) Animated Infographic Microsite on E-commerce by YAAY for Swiss Post (Switzerland)
Visual storytelling explaining the opportunities and challenges of e-commerce.
BRONZE (tied - $250) Educational Pathways by Christine Zimmermann & Barbara Hahn (Germany)
Educational pathways of pupils between kindergarten and secondary school level II.
Studio of the Year
Polygraph for works including Film Dialogue & Evolution of Music Taste (USA)
GOLD ($1,000) FiveThirtyEight for works including 2016 Election Forecast (USA)
SILVER ($500) Bloomberg for works including Who Marries Whom? (USA)
BRONZE (tied - $250) Guardian for works including The Dark Side of Guardian Comments (UK)
BRONZE (tied - $250) Quartz for works including Explore the complicated network of allies and enemies in Syria’s civil war (USA)
GOLD ($1,000) The Sum of the Parts by Alberto Lucas López (USA)
Charting China’s rapid economic growth.
SILVER ($500) WTFViz by Drew Skau (USA)
Publishes infographics & dataviz that make no sense, together with a Twitter community analysing why.
BRONZE ($250) Toronto Symphony Orchestra Listening Guide by Hannah Chan-Hartley (Canada)
Using symbols & notation to aid the experience of a live performance.
Moritz Stefaner for works including Project UKKO - Seasonal Wind Predictions for the Energy Sector (Germany)
Will Stahl-Timmins for works including The BMJ Infographics (UK)
Nadieh Bremer for works including Olympic Feathers (The Netherlands)
GOLD ($1000) Herwig Scherabon for works including Income Equality in LA & Chicago (USA)
SILVER ($500) Pei Ye Le for Garbage Sorting Recycling Figure (China)
BRONZE (tied - $250) Janet Chan for The Printing Press & Type Foundries (USA)
BRONZE (tied - $250) Cordelia Morales Trevino & Gabriela Gonzalez-Rubio Gutierrez for Atlas de México (Mexico)
Best Non-English Language
Terre Urbaine by BiG (France)
Video dataviz in motion design showing the urbanization of the planet throughout the ages.
Spies in the Skies by Peter Aldhous & Charles Seife for Buzzfeed (USA)
BuzzFeed News analyzed and visualized aircraft location data collected by the flight-tracking website Flightradar24 to show how America is being watched from above by hundreds of federal aircraft.
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