Projects with Visualizing data
I designed the information graphics used in the 2016 State of Poverty report, under the direction of the client to “make cartoon-y” images.
A few weeks ago, I received an email from a local research organization whose subject line and title was something akin to “Understanding Your Community Thru Historical Data.” I know my grammar and usage; I do a lot of copy editing for a variety of academic and research organizations. So I’m a stickler about being […]
An infographic about the problem of student loan debt
State of Ohio 2012: The challenge was to create a report that would be visually interesting for a public audience while also providing legislators with county-level data they want.
For an educational publisher, I was asked to provide an infographic answer to the question “why teach academic vocabulary?”
I really like the CMap tool, which I’ve used before. I like the fact that the links can be labeled and thus clarify the relationships between the concepts (usually via verbs). In addition, it’s easily used to convey information but also to organize it because each concept is a kind of container. You can add […]