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What is the difference between a credit report and a credit score?
What is the difference between a credit report and a credit score under the US system? Answer: Your credit reports and your credit scores are two different things. A credit report is a statement...
How do you pronounce “GIF”?
It depends on where you live
King James Vs COBE
The King James Bible, and how it appears using the same color-scale as the historic COBE map of the cosmic microwave background that famously showed the afterglow from the big bang. (Blue=negative...
A Decade of Yearbooks
Infographic design about the 10 editions of the 'Anuario de Ilustradores' (Illustrators’ Yearbook), a self-initiated and crowdfunded project in which I’ve participated for 9 years. This piece shows...
The Blue Lagoon Recipe
Data design created with the blue lagoon ingredients. A successful cocktail is a matter of proportions. Yes but which ones? Here is the visual recipe of the famous Blue Lagoon. A diamond of color...
Re-Visualisations of Images by Smart Knowledge Engine
Paintings and other images become a '3D movable object' with more depth, detail and structure in 'True Colour 3D'. User controls can vary lighting and other effects of appearance. Images were...
Block Bills – 64 banknotes generated from the Bitcoin Blockchain
Created by Matthias Dörfelt, ‘Block Bills’ is a series of 64 banknotes generated from the Bitcoin Blockchain. Each banknote represents one block in the chain and the whole series consist of 64...
Customer value: Medium
What does Google know about me? What data does my bank save about me? In my final Graphic Design BA thesis I want to show how much and what data is collected from different corporations, like the...
Simple recipes for alcoholic pitcher drinks geared towards 20-somethings. The language is meant to be snarky and engaging and the visuals make the recipes easy to replicate.
Bread and Money! The Russian economy on the eve of the revolution
Part of a twelve-strong interactive series, this project commemorates 100 years since the Russian October Revolution. This unorthodox Minecraft-styled infographic handles the basics of an economic...
The Titanic, facts and numbers
The artwork is a visual exploration of the disaster of the RMS Titanic. It shows the distribution of survivals and victims by class, sex, and age group. There are also a geographical analysis of...
This is not a graph (Ceci n'est pas un graph)
"This is not a graph" is an internal initative created by the Creative and Design team of the Kantar Health Paris office. The title "This is not a Graph" is inspired from "This is not a pipe",...
Spectroscapes explore music as physical models that are generated from the signal strength of frequencies present in the waveform of an individual song. As each piece of music is unique, so are the...
This project is about the revival of the ancient Incan Quipu. Quipu is a recording device used by the Incas for collecting and keeping track of data. It consists of cords containing numeric and...
The Year in Language
From selfie to wavy, everyday people turn to Google Search to learn definitions, ask questions, and find information. When we add up each of these moments and searches, we see interesting changes...
How China Is Flouting WHO’s Plain Packaging Guidelines?
This is a mobile friendly data visualization project produced for the World’s No-Tobacco Day. 11670 items were scraped from the world cigarette website, including package image and fundamental...
This project collects medical material into a visual design, which includes information charts, posters and app interface presentations. We feature ten main organs, and the most common diseases for...
How Common is Your Birthday?
It’s baby season in America, with September the busiest month for births on average in the last two decades. So it seemed like the right time to remix this blog’s most-popular post: How Common is...
The Timing of Baby Making
In October 2012, Hurricane Sandy had just hit the Northeast US when the theories about "Sandy babies" started trickling in. As the story goes, whenever people are stuck in one place for a long time...
Same Stats, Different Graphs
Datasets which have the same statistical properties, yet produce dissimilar graphs, are an effective tool to demonstrate the importance of visualizing your data. Anscombe’s Quartet is the famous...
How to create the largest geographic art installation in the world? Answer: PI We begin this process by hand casting individual sculptures of the numerical sequence of PI. As the work...
The Annual Report of the ERGO Hestia Group, "Network"
The Report involves a range of data visualizations, depicting diverse phenomena and processes within the company. Each of them is a result of multistage processing of data, through spreadsheets,...
Knock on Wood
Knock on wood is a reflection on the difference between living and lasting. Accepting the ephemeral and delicate nature of life, and considering death, is nothing more than clarifying what is...
Wie groß ist...? (=How big is....)
"How big is...?" is an ongoing series of infographics for children which I created for the Warum!-magazine. It started out as a series about size, but quickly became focused on trying to make...
Thousands of bird sounds visualized using machine learning.
The Living News: Real-time News Visualization
This experimental real-time news visualization analyses latest news feed based on sentiments, subjectivity, and content analysis. Using machine learning and generative design principles, the...
At the crossroads of data design and data art, “Data Shapes” is an experimental project that introduces a realtime way to visualize the global flow of public data (referring to both free and open...
100 Data Stories
A small visual exploration of the episodes and guests of the Data Stories podcast by Christian Laesser. You find the podcast of Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner at datastori.es. You can make your...
This infographic is a static A3 poster which highlights the startups that emerged in India from January 2015 to August 2016. It communicates the popular industry verticals amongst Indian startups,...
Which skills are most in demand where you live?
Skills most in demand according to LinkedIn: 2014 & 2015