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Meet our judges, part 2

 

Jen is senior graphics editor at Scientific American and was previously at National Geographic. Jen is an expert in understanding, interpreting, and communicating scientific content visually.

@ChristiansenJen | JenChristiansen.com

 

Andy is a data visualisation specialist: A design consultant, training provider, author, editor of visualisingdata.com, speaker and researcher. 

@visualisingdata | Visualisingdata.com

 

Sandra Rendgen is an author & editor with a particular focus on infographics, interactive media and the history of information visualization. She is author of 'Information Graphics' (2012) and 'Understanding the World' (2014), both published by Taschen.

@srendgen | SandraRendgen.de

 

Heather is an illustrator, wanderluster, appetizer chef, mapmaker & Graphics Designer at Time Magazine and time.com. She won Silver in last year's Awards with her Game of Thrones infographic

@msjonesnyc | visual.ly/users/heatherjones

 

Simon Rogers is a data journalist, writer, speaker & data editor at Google in California. He is author of ‘Facts are Sacred’, published by Faber & Faber, plus a new range of childrens' infographics books from Candlewick. Simon was previously creator and editor of guardian.co.uk/data, probably the world's most popular data journalism website. It publishes hundreds of raw datasets and encourages its users to visualise and analyse them.

@smfrogers | Google NewsLab

 

A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manuel was nominated by Creativity magazine as "one of the 50 most creative and influential minds of 2009". Manuel is a designer, researcher, teacher, and founder of VisualComplexity.com, a visual exploration on mapping complex networks.

@mslima | mslima.com

 

 

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

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