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Substratum — A Series of Inspirational Interviews

Substratum — A Series of Inspirational Interviews Substratum — A Series of Inspirational Interviews

I am super hyped to introduce our pet project of this summer, called Substratum. It's a series of inspirational interviews with some of today’s most influential designers and artists. 10 questions per interview, 2 interviews per issue, 1 issue per week until Christmas! Read more

Support the SXSW 2012 Visualization Panel

Support the SXSW 2012 Visualization Panel Support the SXSW 2012 Visualization Panel

SXSW 2012 will be the place to preview of what is unfolding in the world of creative technology and we thought it would be great to inject some visualization goodness into the mix. That's why we submitted a proposal for a panel about the intent and impact of visualization to SXSW Interactive. The line up is a healthy blend of designers and platform providers and we tried to strike a balance between science and pop culture. Read more

Visualizing Voices of the Vulnerable

Visualizing Voices of the Vulnerable Visualizing Voices of the Vulnerable

UN Global Pulse, an initiative by the United Nations and Visualizing.org have teamed up to challenge you to visualize the voices of vulnerable populations in times of global crisis. Read more

Visualize Demographics at UK Universities

Visualize Demographics at UK Universities Visualize Demographics at UK Universities

Postgrad.com and David McCandless from Information Is Beautiful have teamed up and put together a new data visualization competition. The lucky winner will take home a brand spanking new iPad2! Read more

Open Data Challenge

Open Data Challenge Open Data Challenge

The Open Data Challenge motivates designers, developers, journalists or researchers to show the general public what's possible with open public data. Read more

From Japan — Urgent Request for Information

From Japan — Urgent Request for Information From Japan — Urgent Request for Information

The Institute for Information Design Japan asks for your help to collect and/or produce visualizations that could help the people in Japan in understanding and assessing what is going on, providing references for personal judgments. Read more

Visual Notes of our SXSW Panel

Visual Notes of our SXSW Panel Visual Notes of our SXSW Panel

I was thrilled, when I heard that Ogilvy Notes has selected our panel, Social Media Data Visualization: Mapping the World's Conversation, to be recorded using visual notes. Here's a visual insight into the content of our session. Read more

New Book: Visual Complexity

New Book: Visual Complexity New Book: Visual Complexity

From Manuel Lima, founder and editor of Visual Complexity comes a new book about mapping patterns of information. The Visual Complexity Book is promised to be far more than a showcase of projects from the VC Website. Read more

Competition: How How Do People Use Firefox?

Competition: How How Do People Use Firefox? Competition: How How Do People Use Firefox?

The Mozilla Metrics Tea, together with Mozilla Labs and Mozilla Research just announced their first Open Data Visualization Competition. Here's how it's going down. Read more

Challenge: How Do I Become President?

Challenge: How Do I Become President? Challenge: How Do I Become President?

Kids.gov is frequently asked, “How can I become the President when I grow up?” and now they’re inviting the public to help answer this question visually. Read more

10 Ways How Data Is Changing Our Lives

10 Ways How Data Is Changing Our Lives 10 Ways How Data Is Changing Our Lives

Conrad Quilty-Harper has written an article for Telegraph.co.uk about how data is changing how we live. It's a list of 10 real-world examples in the fields of Shopping, Relationships, Business deliveries, Maps, Education, Politics, Society, War and Advertising. Read more

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