My design process of creating a full spread visualization for The Wall Street Journal. The piece starts with a large spreadsheet of data and research (not shown) and builds from a rough concept in the first slide. Charts and graphics are built, then I do a lot of tinkering along the way to get things polished. Illustrations are typically dropped in last while the editors check numbers and content. #infographic#datavisualization#dataviz#illustration#vector
📣 @ilsole_24ore ha lanciato il suo paywall. C'è spazio anche per @infodata24
🥳 Bello esserci con un pezzo che racconta delle tasse pagate nel 2018 al fisco americano dalle società quotate
👨🏫 Ogni palletta rappresenta un'azienda. Più una palletta è grossa, più ha pagato. Il colore indica il settore, la legenda è nella seconda immagine
Our second data event in one month focused on using architecture and design to develop creative solutions to #hackabetterworld for refugees. In partnership with @usaforunhcr, the Spitzer School of Architecture at CCNY, and @newlab we were fortunate enough to welcome over 75 architects, volunteers, and even some resettled refugees to come together to solve challenges related to the architecture and infrastructure of the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya.
The event had such great energy and the results were very exciting! These talented individuals worked together to solve complex issues and left with a great sense of community and purpose. A huge thank you to all our partners, speakers, and volunteers. We are looking forward to sharing more about our results soon. Check our stories to see even more behind the scenes videos and photos.
If your company would like to do a data project or workshop, send us a message here or email [email protected] We are looking forward to working with you!
A sampling of some illustrations I’ve been doing for a new Chartio website redesign/brand update we’re working on. The aim is to make the company feel more approachable and human (but still intelligent) in a market if super-technical platforms.