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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...
Fingers Of Time
Fingers Of Time is a representation of time data. Initially developed as part of a collection of watchfaces for the Pebble smartwatch and launched on Kickstarter. It visualizes time by breaking the...
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...
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...
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...
A World of Drugs
Artwork for Visual Data, the column on "La Lettura", the cultural supplement of "Corriere Della Sera". The visualization shows the retail price of 8 drugs analyzed by UNODC (United Nations Office...
Data Sketches in Twelve Installments
Data sketches is a ±yearlong collaboration in 12 instalments. On average taking a month per project, Nadieh & Shirley create an extensive data visualization of a different topic and write about...
Disc vs. Drum Brakes
A cross section diagram comparing disc brakes with drum brakes.
Relationships: The First Time…
How far into a relationship was the first time Americans had sex, moved in with someone, and so on.
The DataPhys Project
A project that communicates information in a beautiful and unusual way. Using simple features, Evandro Damião a data intelligence professional from Brazil creates a project that allows even...
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",...
#DEARDUO Data Project
Two data visualization enthusiasts take on a year-long data visualization project. Tracking quantified-self data In the spirit of Dear Data, but with the twist that we traded data sets to be...
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...
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...
Are you aware of the air quality in your home?
The work aims to point out most common air pollutants in and outside our homes. They vary from small sources like aerosols from pets and formaldehyde form beauty products to the biggest pollutants...
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...
Simplications are representations of time data. This collection was initially developed as watchfaces for the Pebble smartwatch and launched on Kickstarter. Simplications range from simple to...
Crime: How at risk are you?
Today, for the first time, BBC News, working with the Office for National Statistics, is providing you with a way of understanding your risk of being a victim of crime in England and Wales. If you...
#AChartADay, launched on our Instagram account in september, 2016, is a side-project born as a graphic experiment with data visualization. A daily updated feed shows both the classic and the less...
How do you pronounce “GIF”?
It depends on where you live
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...
Data that feels gravity.
Here are data that feel gravity. This presented physical object offers "statistics at your fingertips". Such objects make data more exciting that are worthwhile to be remembered and...
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...
Stolen Memory (Memoria Robada) is a multimedia, data-driven investigation about the cultural heritage trafficking in the country. This investigation was part of a transnational project in five...
Which cities are toughest to observe Ramadan in?
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...
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...
The River of Authors
The River of Authors is an enormous mural celebrating 250 of literary history at the offices of book publisher Hachette UK. Using data from the British Library, it features the names of 5,000...
Giving up time as a parent
One of the challenges of parenting is that you have to spend a lot of what was once your own time caring for your kids. This time must be taken from an existing activity. After all, there is a...
The French who have a garden
Visualization of the proportion of French people who have a garden (60%). Infographic from "The French" collection by Vite Vu Bien Vu