Visualisingdata.com was originally launched in 2010 originally to serve as a blog to help continue the momentum of my learning from studying the subject via a Masters degree. I continue to publish articles and share announcements that track developments in my professional experiences as well as developments in the data visualisation field at large.
This is a collection of all my published posts, starting with the newest and dating back to 2010, tracking. These posts include articles, design commentaries, podcast updates, professional updates, and general news from across the data visualisation field.
One month ago I took collection from my local printers of the hard copies of my new work ‘The Seinfeld Chronicles’, a passion project exploring the rhythm and texture of every episode of Seinfeld.
am about to resume work on my Explore Explain podcast and video series, with a second season of nine episodes. A big difference from Season One is that I have unfortunately lost the exceptional services of my long-time collaborator, Matt Knott, who has got himself a brilliant new job.
September is a good time for reflection and attempts at renewal. I’ve just returned from a two-week break, with partially recharged batteries, and after a prolonged period of non-blogging it feels a suitable time to consider where things are and look at where they are going.
I’m delighted to launch the first season of Explore Explain, a video and podcast series about data visualisation design. For episode nine it was a pleasure to welcome Rachael Dottle.
This made me wonder about a similar discussion in the context of data visualisation, and specifically the notion of a dream team. If you could form a team of skilled practitioners, each bringing a different core strength to the table, who would make the team?
I’m really happy that my book “Data Visualisation – A Handbook for Data Driven Design; second edition” will be the subject of the next Data Vis Book Club, hosted and organised by Lisa Charlotte Rost of Datawrapper.