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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Water is not only the source of life, but also the material basis of social economic development and social progress. However, water resources are scarce in China, the thirteenth largest in the...
Visualizing Toxicity in Twitter Conversations
In late June, Deb Roy approached me to ask if I would be interested in doing some visualization work for a presentation he’d be giving at Twitter’s all-hands event with Bridgit Mendler. The...
Breakdown Of The OTC Medicines Market In Britain
An essential visual guide for pharmacists on the growth in the over-the-counter medicines market over the year, containing data on the key products that they need to be aware of and the key trends...
Making Sense of Skills
Nesta has developed, and visualised, the most comprehensive public classification of skills available in the UK. We hope that the taxonomy will help workers and students learn more about the skills...
The Invisible Capital
After the Cambridge Analytica leak and the GDPR introduction in the EU, we became much more aware about our "data pouring". How big is the amount of data we give to Tech Companies for free? Is it...
The Massive Prize Luring Miners to the Stars
It might sound like science fiction, but a niche group of companies is making its way to the far reaches of the solar system, aiming to get rich by mining asteroids. Industry barons see a future...
London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory 2013
Greater London Annual Mean NO2 modelled concentrations for 2020 on a 20m grid.
Limbo Lines: Dead Here, Alive There
Brain death’s role in the uncertainties of death
The Search Engine of Cyber Security
Cybersecurity content is often in service of a product. It is a young industry built on top of funding rounds, valuations and products. As an end user of cyber security solutions, it's not always...
The Clone Era of China
On November 27, 2017, the worldundefineds first somatic cloned monkey "Zhong" was born at the Institute of Neuroscience of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the non-human primate platform of the...
The Belt and Road Initiative
The theme of the work is the development of ethnic minorities in the area of China, which are divided into three chapters, transportation, energy and industry. In the form of illustration, graphics...
Highs and lows
Over the past 47 years the weather in Hong Kong has become warmer overall, and we now experience more hot and cold extremes every year.
Only 9% of the world's plastic is recycled
Most of the plastic waste that reaches the ocean comes from Asia.
While doctors dream of one day perfecting medical treatments on digital clones of a patient, virtual organs are already being simulated in supercomputers. This documentary describes the efforts of...
What's in your virtual wallet? An illustrated guide to bitcoin
Despite generating breathless coverage throughout the year, bitcoin still baffles many. Follow the path below for a working sense of how the cryptocurrency that has shot up in value this year...
We Are Alone Are We?
WE ARE ALONE ARE WE? is a set of four visualizations on the questions behind the search for extraterrestrial life: Is there any? How could we reach them? What would they look like? And how would we...
ACE- Acoustic Course For Engineers
ACE is an interactive web-based engineering course designed to increase vibroacoustic awareness. ACE consists of two modules: Module 1 – Vibroacoustic Materials – contains 11 chapters with quizzes...
A blockchain is a database that is shared across a network of computers. Once a record has been added to the chain it is very difficult to change. To ensure all the copies of the database are...
Mapped: How the US Generates Electricity
The US electricity system is often described as the world’s largest machine. It is also incredibly diverse, reflecting the policy preferences, needs and available natural resources of each state....
The insane amounts of data we're using every minute
A visualization of the next 30 days of near Earth asteriod approaches. The bigger the circle, the bigger the asteroid. The darker the circle, the closer it will get to the Earth. You can hover...
Seven Endangered Species That Could (Almost) Fit In A Single Train Carriage
Some species are so close to extinction, that every remaining member can fit on a New York subway carriage (if they squeeze). First published early September 2018 on Mona Chalabi's Instagram...
The Wonderful World Of Quantum Computing
An infographic story about how quantum computing works. The last pages are about the research/project TU Delft EEMC faculty is doing in this area. This infographic story is mainly created for...
How to Fix a Broken Heart (Literally)
This information design project was inspired by a real-life medical case (Atrial Septum Defect), where the patient was a having a heart procedure to block a “hole” in her heart. I used cut paper to...
Objects Of War
The 20th century’s most important scientific discoveries and artistic creations are mapped in time with the incidence of wars, massacres and genocide to reveal reoccurring patterns of creative...
Summer in Tokyo is Gradually Becoming Hotter and Longer
This heat map indicates the average daily temperatures of the summer season (June to September) in Tokyo over the course of 140 years. You can hover over or tap on a cell to see detailed...
Reverse the Curse
From the minute a person quits smoking, their body goes into healing mode. I designed a temporal timeline of how their body is healing itself. My approach to this graphic is not a scientific...
The Chart of Medical School Admissions
Medical School is extremely competitive. You need to have nearly perfect grades and MCAT scores. Then there is an overwhelming number of schools to consider. Inspired by Priestley this chart tries...
Attic is an interactive data visualization system, that visualizes the activities in our workspace of our program at university. It has an open attic where lectures take place and students spend...
What Happens To The Plastic We Throw Out
How a piece of trash can travel from land to Henderson Island, an uninhabited, remote island in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean.