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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Warming Earth, Shrinking Climates: Africa's Twenty Diverse Climates at Risk
The Köppen classification identifies thirty unique Earth zones based on climate. Currently, Africa contains twenty of these zones. With global warming, temperate areas diminish and less livable...
Arches Across America
If I'm on a road trip, I'm stopping at McDonald's. I wanted to look at McDonald's restaurants in a way that shows just how far they stretch across the country, while always maintaining those...
Slow Choke of Fast Fashion
This data experience compares our near ravenous appetite for cheap polyester clothes fuelled by fast fashion brands against the slowness of it’s discard and decay. The pile — a comparison Two...
Higher or Lower? Temperature forecasting in the USA.
This chart visualises the accuracy of high temperature forecasts made by the USA National Weather Service between January 2021 and June 2022, within a 12 hour window. Proportional area charts show...
Op-e-nion: A highly customizable visualization tool to analyse public opinion.
Service design methodologies can support the design of ad hoc visualisation tools focused on user needs. We present a case study co-development of a visualisation tool for the analysis of public...
Less Waste Coffee
In the US alone, we throw away 400 million paper coffee cups a day. That’s the equivalent of the volume of 13 Empire State Buildings of waste. In response to this staggering issue of waste, I...
‘Waste World’ is a multi-dimensional globe visualization that shows how the layer of the world looks like if we compare countries by their waste generation… The Globe: The height of the country...
Greetings from San Diego
San Diego is California's second largest city, and offers beautiful beaches, world-class attractions, and plenty of outdoor activities. Explore some of the most popular attractions in this vintage...
Japan From Space
A view of Japan's lights at night with satellite F18 in 2013.
The Annual Weather in London
The project is inspired by Wabi-Sabi- a philosophy from Zen Buddhism which centres on the belief that showing truth comes from observing nature. The approach sees and celebrates the beauty of the...
Beyond the Bottle: Consumption Disparity & Curbing Plastic Waste
Water is a basic human right, but even today over 2 billion people worldwide don't have access to safe drinking water. Some countries have easy access to drinkable tap water while others have to...
Street views of 39 neighborhoods in the borough of Manhattan, New York City.
Visualising the 2022 UK property market
A multi-angle analysis of the 2022 UK housing market, which breaks the (positively-skewed) dataset into quartile groups based on house price with a top outliers group for the stately homes and...
Spring Has Sprung
Is it spring yet? New green plant growth is one of the first indicators of spring and the end of cold winter months. To celebrate the changing seasons in the United States, the United States...
Cycle paths of Netherlands
A map showing all of the cycle paths in Netherlands using open street maps
The hidden impacts we consume: imported and home-grown fruit in the UK.
This installation explores the complexity of the UK food system by highlighting the horticultural decline in home-grown fruit and the reliance on imports. The project is inspired by the purchase...
Eye to AI
The future is here: text-to-image AI is now a reality, enabling us to create images from simple text descriptions. Technologies like DALL-E and Stable Diffusion are rapidly spreading and becoming...
Monsoon Rainfall Clocks
These ‘Monsoon Rainfall Clocks’ describe the monthly rainfall totals between 1905-2015 for India, Bangladesh, Myanmar and the UK. Each gradated coloured curve represents one year, its distance from...
This data visualization explores the main milestones in the quest to summit the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. Over the decades this pursuit has become synonymous with our...
World's Top 15 Cotton Lint Producers ( 2011-12 vs 2021-22)
A cotton data visualization showing a change in the ranking of cotton lint producers in a decade. Made using threads, needle and a cloth. The red threads denote a decline in the rank and the black...
Animated emoji showing temperature anomalies
We need to communicate data in a way that it makes people stop and think. In this data video the climate stripes blend with an animated emoji showing annual global temperature anomalies. The...
Visualizing Poli-technics: Correlations of smart city governments
This visualization represents the correlations between the 10 key factors in the smart city rankings published by Eden Strategy Institute in their Top 50 Smart City Government Ranking 2020/2021...
CO2 balance on the planet (2020)
In an increasingly worrisome scenario of unprecedented and extreme climate events, it is crucial to understand what causes and impacts humans and other factors have on the climate and health of our...
The Flood Necklace
The Flood necklace is a data sculpture made of ceramics, with clay from the Loire River valley. It embeds the water heights of all registered floods in the city of Orléans (France) since 1800. This...
La ineficaz separación y recolección de orgánicos
The report presents the generation, collection and treatment of waste in Mexico City. This process is represented in a data visualization that shows how many tons of waste are generated by the city...
Hot air balloons everywhere! 🎈
Hot air balloon model by LowPolyBenjamin from CGTrader. Video: https://youtu.be/4rNZxua2_qE #MapboxGL #MapTiler #ThreeJS #WebGL #3D #maps #buildings #hotair #balloons #fly #nyc #manhattan...
Data Soap is a personal documentary project presenting individuals’ household water stories with data and emotion. It allows the audience to glimpse people’s lives. The data is transformed into an...
Trading the fragile
Trading the Fragile: An Insight into the CITES and IUCN databases is a data-driven project aiming to shed light on the work of these two organizations. By highlighting the most traded species...
placement of cctv cameras in college campus
the placement of cctv cameras in the college campus and how many cases are solved through it. Data of solved, unsolved and total cases as well as the types of camera used in the campus and their...
The birdsong has changed. Unfortunately, not for the better.
Birds start singing in the early morning. What can be heard in the morning reveals a lot about the human impact on nature and biodiversity. This article explains how human activity has impacted the...