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The Faces of Facebook

The Faces of Facebook

Design

Facebook is a monumentally huge platform, with 1.2 billion users and counting. Imagine seeing all of those faces ... keep reading
Flags of The World

Flags of The World

Design

Flags are icons for countries. They use symbolism to represent ideals and characteristics of the country they fly for. ... keep reading
Learning From Mistakes in Visualization

Learning From Mistakes in Visualization

Design

Doing data visualizations correctly takes careful consideration. Incorrectly visualizing something can be misleading, ... keep reading
Subtleties of Color: Addendum

Subtleties of Color: Addendum

Design

About a year ago, we published a blog post framed as a letter to NASA, asking them to stop using rainbow color scales. ... keep reading
Turning Difficult Concepts Into Pretty Pictures at MIT

Turning Difficult Concepts Into Pretty Pictures at MIT

Design

It’s easy in data visualization to get caught up in charts and graphs. That’s because much of our work ... keep reading
HackingBullipedia: Culinary Visualization Contest

HackingBullipedia: Culinary Visualization Contest

Design

Last week, world-renowned chef Ferran Adrià and Telefónica I+D unveiled HackingBullipedia: a unique global challenge ... keep reading
Mapping The Internet

Mapping The Internet

Design

The internet is a worldwide network of computers, but it seems very intangible to most of us. In a general sense, the ... keep reading
How to Start Running

How to Start Running

Design

Want to start running — for fitness, weight loss, endorphins, or any other reason — but don’t know if ... keep reading
Do GIFs Make Good or Bad Data Visualizations? Academic Study Seeks Answer

Do GIFs Make Good or Bad Data Visualizations? Academic Study Seeks Answer

Design

The GIF might seem like an informal file format popular with bloggers and listicle makers, but one group in France has ... keep reading
Asking and Answering Questions: Using Data to Tell Stories

Asking and Answering Questions: Using Data to Tell Stories

Design

Sometimes, 90% of the conversation focuses on a problem that is a small part of the big picture. Data visualizations ... keep reading