new Medium post medium.com/@briromer/what-i-le

that's the "friend link" - new to me - when they feature something and paywall it, so you can non-paywall-share it with friends. I think they're finally figuring out monetization

We're hiring in our Lab just outside of Zurich: data science team seeking UXer to research, workshop, prototype and test innovative data-driven interfaces. Job link below, hit me up if you want more details
jobs.thomsonreuters.com/ShowJo

anyone else doing codevember? first time for me and a chance to learn p5.js briromer.github.io/codevember2

update: colorblind friendly (though not necessary final color palette) and dashed lines to make the "fence" permeable

first pass, looking for feedback.
my boss asked me to redesign the org chart for our group, removing reporting hierarchy as the organizing principle. we're a team of teams across locations, we pool resources on projects and leaders of teams collaborate to keep the whole thing aligned. this is an abstracted view, roles are more nuanced and varied in real life. I think the zoomed out view would have this as a node in a network with other similarly structured nodes

nested violins, per metric, become petals. I think I need to weight the counts relative to country populations, not just number of countries in the cohorts

WIP nested violins. to show distribution of cohorts vs population

spiral timeseries WIP, with happy accident

finally got a short-read version of this topic out under the company blog: blogs.thomsonreuters.com/answe
we released the report in DC in April, I contributed 5-6 visuals, a couple of which are in that article. One of which, Resilience vs Readiness, I got great critique feedback on from this community which made it stronger

mastodonians: I'm looking for feedback and input on speaking topic ideas for a Design for AI conference we're planning for 2019, thanks in advance: goo.gl/forms/6uNUFrjGIhG4388K2

@nailpolishbot thank you for making me learn how to block in mastadon

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