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A Day in the Life of The Tube
The “A Day in the Life of the Tube” viz summarises the 5 million daily journeys on the underground using the 2015 Rolling O&D survey, and splitting the data into two-hourly periods. The viz...
Global Map of Accessibility
The Global Map of Accessibility is an interactive map that lets you view the travel time between almost any point on Earth and the nearest population centre of 50,000 or more people. The data...
Pay to learn: A graphical analysis of the link between housing and quality education in Beijing
NB: This project is only viewable on a mobile device in a portrait orientation. High quality education comes at a price in China, a high price indeed. In 2008, Beijing reformed its middle school...
The Invisible Forest
Imagine if trees gave off Wi-Fi signals. The map is an experiment in visual representation with a poetic, rhetorical dimension. How would the city landscape change if there was a tree planted for...
Wildfires in California
Given the increasing prevalence of wildfires in the United States, specifically on the west coast, I took a look at the trend of wildfires over the last 10 years in California. My design aim was to...
How Hong Kong’s Weather is Getting Hotter and More Extreme
NASA registered 2016 and 2017 as the hottest years in Hong Kong’s history. On August 22, 2017, the mercury soared, measuring record temperatures of 36.6°C, making it the hottest day since 1884....
Infographic Animation of the Forbidden City
The Imperial Palace of Ming and Qing dynasties, formerly known as the Forbidden City, lies at the center of the central axis of Beijing and is the essence of ancient Chinese palace...
This website is the virtual counterpart to the book ‘Parliament’. The book explores the double-sided relationship between space and politics by documenting and comparing the plenary halls of the...
Two Government Agencies. Two Different Climate Maps.
This story is about how two government agencies differ in their approaches to mapping where differ plant species can survive in which parts of the country. The USDA is constantly improving their...
Disaster Operations Map
CCUSA provides disaster relief assistance and wanted to create a map to better target mitigation, preparedness, relief, and recovery projects in order to best serve communities that are both at...
Europe's Coal Pollution Problem
19,500 people across Europe and beyond died prematurely in 2015 due to coal pollution from EU coal plants. Unless we accelerate the phaseout of coal plants, more people will needlessly suffer...
Who Moves Where?
The series of posters was created for the Consumer Data Research Centre in Leeds. The focus was on advertising the centre's efforts in data visualisation through a series of giveaway posters. A...
Fatal Bear and Wolf Attacks in Norway
The Most Interesting World Frontiers
Overview of the most interesting and disputed borders of the World. Infographic designed for the Sunday supplement of La Repubblica newspaper.
A research project exploring the potential of walking to gather environmental data and through multiple walks and visualisations build a rich picture of that area. The project examines creative...
Rain in Seattle
A data visualization created with 25,000+ consecutive days of Seattle weather data. The top section shows rainfall in inches broken down by month and year.
The one trillion tonne iceberg, measuring 5,800 square km, calved away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica sometime between July 10 and 12, scientists said.
Is the pathetic fallacy of a Nightingale singing in Berkeley Square threatened? This visualisation aims to find out.
Who migrates to and from NYC?
The dynamism of migration strengthens NYC and has contributed to the City’s growth in population to an all-time high of 8,537,673 in 2016. These charts show the number of people who moved to or...
The Great Decoupling
The story of energy use, economic growth, and carbon emissions in four charts.
House Of Mankind With Tenants
A staple of acrylic planes holds the people of the continents ( Halma figures) as tenants with their accumulated wealth (as red LEGO bricks) for furnishing, the stock of foreign investment...
London Population Map
London population map
The curious case of Romania's Gheorghe Doja streets
Having streets in Hungary named after a Hungarian historical figure is nothing unusual. It’s by no means that unheard of to have streets in neighboring countries bear said name, provided that...
The Hidden Sediment Reserve: Quantifying Potential Sediment Trapped Within the San Francisco Bay-Delta Watershed's Reservoirs
The following interactive visualization encourages the user to explore the sediment volumes trapped within California’s constellation of reservoirs. Sediment composes the material infrastructure...
Mapped: The climate change conversation on Twitter in 2016
Who are the key climate change influencers on Twitter? To find out, Carbon Brief and Right Relevance embarked on a year-long collaboration to collect and analyse 13 million climate-related tweets...
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The date of origin for (almost) every international border
What is the Pizza Capital of the US?
When it comes to restaurants, every US city has a unique identity. Austin, TX is renowned for its BBQ. New York City is densely packed with pizza-by-the-slice. San Francisco and LA compete on...
NYC Noise Complaints
Visualizing over 2.5 million 311 noise complaints in NYC from January 2010 and March 2018. Visualizations use custom vector layers from Mapbox GL and are visualized in Tableau Desktop.
The Travels of Marco Polo
Marco Polo came across countless stories which he depicted in his book, during his adventure. This is a humble attempt to recreate and narrate the Polos' grand journey around the world, using...