Today at Apple’s WWDC, we announced Swift Charts, a new framework for making delightful, informative, and accessible charts on all Apple platforms. https://developer.apple.com/documentation/Charts
Lots of really cool features for making our devices more accessible from my colleagues at Apple announced today. https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2022/05/apple-previews-innovative-accessibility-features/
New blog post! As part of the research on my upcoming books on colors in #dataviz, I wrote about what's wrong with the WCAG color contrast checks that lots of organizations use – and how data vis could change once new guidelines are in place: https://blog.datawrapper.de/color-contrast-check-data-vis-wcag-apca/
I'm excited to finally share with you a four-part blog post series I've been working on in the last few months.
They all answer one question:
Which color scale should you use for which data?
Part 1 gives the overview I always wished I could link to:
I made an Observable notebook with inline charts for your markdown and HTML blocks: https://observablehq.com/@domoritz/inline.
Tutor:"wo hast du DEN Code da her?"
Tutor": OK. Von der Frage oder der Antwort?"
important reminder that there are many #datavis histories, some of which are not receiving enough attention in teaching (pointing at myself). if we stick to the usual ones, our field's past is dominated by visualizations of war deaths, colonial exploration and capitalist trade.
My first post of 2021 is coming in hot.
Decolonizing Data Viz
Faculty at CMU HCII and ML researcher at Apple.
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