Data Visualization

What would you do with 50,000,000 drawings made by real people on the internet?
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The landscape for learning d3 is rich, vast and sometimes perilous. You may be intimidated by the long list of functions in d3's API documentation or paralyzed by choice reviewing…
What we think about as static - visualizations or any other medium - does not, and even: cannot exist. Reading and understanding turns everything interactive. Let's take a simple example…
If you've ever gotten frustrated trying to figure out why your code doesn't work, or how someone else's code works, you are not alone. This is for you. For the…
I'm going to assume most people reading this post don't care how this was made. For the few of you that do care I'm happy to share details. Again, all…
I want to talk about the wealth of opportunities I see for data visualization specialists visiting in and borrowing from the "adjacent" fields of UI design and data science. I…
(This is a write-up of the talk I gave at INCH Munich on March 11 ) Last year I was lucky enough to go to the Information+ conference in Vancouver…
Let's talk about charts. Any designer who has worked on a project that requires some kind of data visualization knows that it can be an extremely difficult (and rewarding) design…
I started being serious about data visualization around 2005, when the field was still pretty niche and people like Martin Wattenberg, Ben Fry, Jonathan Harris, Marcos Weskamp, Eric Rodenbeck, Jer…