Just published a write-up of how we visualized the Mueller report redactions on the NPR Viz blog: blog.apps.npr.org/2019/04/22/r

Made a bad chart today. First arrow (from top) is 4 times as big as the last arrow. Nobody could interpret it that way ;_;

That laughing-crying feeling when you fix a bug that ruined your productivity for the day

For those of you who are thinking about diversity, inclusion and representativity in dataviz and what you can do, I wrote a blog post of my experience using an inclusion rider as a speaker at a data-related conference. chezvoila.com/blog/inclusionri

Diversity and Inclusion scholarships for under-represented people including but not limited to "race, gender, identity, accessibility needs, socio-economic status, as well as fields of study/employment/participation.". Pass it along to your friends and co-workers! eyeofestival.com/registration/

alert! We're looking for a data visualisation producer to join our team at ONS. Take a look and ask any questions. civilservicejobs.service.gov.u

What are some examples of empathetic Information design that you like? I’ve seen something wonderful recently and I’d like to see more examples in order to compile a list

My exploring sexual violence in India and the systemic dysfunction of the Indian justice system is the running for an @infobeautyaward. If you have a minute to spare I'd appreciate your vote bit.ly/2CHm1zr

Rant about the NYT needle Show more

Rant about the NYT needle Show more

rape, violence against women Show more

rape, violence against women Show more

It’s 90+ degrees in DC.....and I have a cold. Wonderful.

This talk by Deb Chachra is absolutely incredible and 100% worth your time or I will write you a personalized letter of apology vimeo.com/232544872

rape, patriarchy Show more

Finally realized this thing I've been day-dreaming of for months. Its nowhere close to done but I'm so stoked

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