Design & D3.js
On April 11th 2019, the US National Pet day I released a dataviz driven exploration in collaboration with Google Trends. It went into the questions that people ask on Google to understand their cats and dogs better. In this blog I’ll be taking you through the long and windy design and creation process of the months before the release.
Design & Static
On the Graphic Science page of the July edition of Scientific American you could find three large circular charts about when babies are born. In this blog, let me take you along on the data & designs process that me, Zan Armstrong & Jen Christiansen went through to create this piece.
Presentation & Personal
A blog about the new solo talk I’ve created recently that revolves all around Data Sketches, the dataviz collaboration I’m (still) doing together with Shirley Wu. In this talk I (but also we) discuss the lessons that we’ve already learned from doing 10 months of creating an elaborate data visualization a month.
D3.js & Plugin
In this blog I’d like to “formally” introduce and explain a new (and my first) d3 plugin to create a chart that I’ve started calling the loom. Although I was very much inclined to also call it the butterfly or labrys. However, I actually needed two words for this plugin, so loom + strings made more sense overall (thanks to Mike Bostock who provided the name).
Data Art & D3.js
I’d like to share some of my experiences about coding on an iPad…while in the desert of Namibia (*≧▽≦). Also list a few useful new SVG libraries I learned about (like animated SVG files, yes, a file). And of course show the end result of my Reasons to logo remix
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