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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
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...
India's Wildlife Sanctuaries & Parks
This is an infographic on India's wildlife sanctuaries and parks, and covers 1> Number of sanctuaries and parks 2> Zone-wise, state-wise and area 3> year of their establishment
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...
Covering Global Issues in Miami
Many of humanity’s most challenging issues are shaped by cross-border forces. To address, and report on, these issues, collaboration is critical. That is why the University of Miami and Universidad...
Mapping Construction Site Timelines
Explore ongoing campus transformations. Track construction progress and completion dates through interactive visuals on our college map.
Redlining Makes Us Sick: How the legacy of redlining contributes to poor health conditions today
From the 1930s to 1967, the federal government undertook a comprehensive effort to map perceived lending risk in neighborhoods of more than 230 cities across the US. This practice became known as...
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...
Studying more about the Tiles used in a design College Building
This is a infographic providing information about different types of tiles used in a design college building.
‘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...
Who Speaks for Yosemite's Trees?
Climate change has had catastrophic effects on California’s forests, but the proposed solutions to protect them have ignored certain voices. This infographic shows how rising temperatures have...
Climate change has a direct impact on the intensity and frequency of heavy rainfall and heat waves. This is shown by the IPCC reports from 2021. The interactive data story “Weather Extreme”...
Shenzhen, the growth and livability of a mega city.
Shenzhen, known as China's booming silicon valley today, used to be a small fish town 40 years ago. Today, it ranks as one of the top mega-cities in China and a leading example of urbanization in...
Water Consumption in MITID Hostels
The project attempts to understand the water consumption in the Design hostels. The data was collected with the help of the warden of the hostels and the plumbers who maintain the same. The...
The Nakaiy Almanac visually merges indigenous knowledge and weather data, showcasing the value of an intricate and historic understanding of weather patterns and of emerging changes in weather...
Northern Hemisphere: Species Conservation
Using a Node-Link diagram, I decode a dataset and explore the connections between why certain species are disappearing in the North. This includes exploring the different animal attributes, and...
WEF Nexus Index
The Water-Energy-Food (WEF) Nexus Index is a national-level composite indicator founded on 21 relevant indicators. This website provides a user-friendly visualisation of the index and an entry...
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...
Analysis of the Lighting and light posts
This is an Analysis of Lighting in Mit design Campus
The Digital Divide
The UNICEF Global Database on School-Age Digital Connectivity tracks the percentage of children 3 to 17 who have internet connectivity at home. The United Kingdom has the highest percentage at...
The Names on the Moon
"The Names on the Moon" is a stroll on the lunar surface through its feature names. We always see the Moon portrayed as a muted grey sphere orbiting planet Earth, marked by dark spots visible to...
Data Visualization of Distribution of Bakery Products in the University
The in-house bakery makes hundreds of bakery products each day for the students to consume them but a lot of people do know about it. This data helps to understand the different products produced...
Public transit travel time map
Transit isochrone maps are incredibly pretty and tell us lots of things about the cities we live in. They show the area that is reachable within X minutes from an origin. I decided to animate...
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...
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...
The Wandering House Sonic Archive
The Wandering House ~ Sonic Archive, is a repository of testimonials and ambient sounds gathered by artist and filmmaker, Cecilia Cornejo Sotelo, through her multimodal project, The Wandering...
If you win the lottery, which house will you be able to buy?
We compare land prices in different cities to find out what kind of home you could buy (and, above all, what size) after collecting the prize from the Christmas Special Draw and paying the...
rastros urbanos digitais [urban digital traces]
The digital realm and the physical world are not entirely separate; they communicate, reflect, and engage in debate with each other. Considering this relationship, the following question arises:...
How much wastewater will be released from Fukushima?
Since the nuclear accident caused by a powerful earthquake in 2011, Japan has been storing a huge amount of contaminated wastewater in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Now that it almost...
Carbon Emission of the World Report
Introducing "Carbon Emission of the World," a captivating Tableau dashboard designed to shed light on the pressing issue of carbon emissions. This visually compelling and informative report offers...
World Heritage in Danger 2023
“World Heritage in Danger 2023” is an information design and data visualization project with an aim to raise awareness of decaying beauty in our world with a skeptical overtone. The data...