A few zoomed in details highlighting the textures

@briromer please share if you can. I am way more interested in org charts than is healthy and have attempted similar efforts in my current job

@briromer I like how the team leads appear to be circling all the teams, like sheep dogs. :) What about multiple views, like one showing reporting structure (tree diagram, presumably) but in other views using contours to enclose groups of related team members?

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

Wondering if anyone has any suggestions for vector drawing programs aside from for drawing diagrams, mockups, wireframes, icons — basically any kind of design asset.

I may give a try, but I would prefer something open source that stores it’s files in an open format like . Not something that exports to SVG, but just saves and opens SVG by default. I also want to keep files locally, so is out.

@gka I always thought of it as Dataw Rapper 📊🎤🔊

@skryking I was going for a plug-in that could break or, better, a paid subscription service, some really complex solution :-P

Is there a pause button for email? Just make it stop for a minute.

We went pumpkin picking over the weekend, and I loved the glitchy, generative-ish texture on this gourd.

@curran @mikebrondbjerg I think that means you're not following anyone else yet. "Home" is a timeline of just people you follow. Try the local (this instance) and federated timelines. And welcome, Curran!

Anybody going to IEEE Vis 2018 in Berlin this month?

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