newsvis.com - says it all really.
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What comes out of a 3-month-long project involving journalists, designers, and developers - with teams in two countries, spanning four editorial desks? Well, lots of lessons. Here’s our top ten learnings.
Examples are linked to the images in the quilt (nice touch). Also worth checking is the work of Mike Bostock from NY Times and one of D3’s developers. Now that’s a portfolio…
Saw Vincent Morisset talk at IDFA on the weekend - very inspiring hybrid of programmer/director with a real sense of play.
Object stories is a lovely online gallery from the portland art museum that documents stories from the communities of objects that have meaning to them - a little along the lines of the museum of broken relationships, though with a wider and more “multimedia” approach. Participants brought their object into the museum and sat in a “photo booth. and told their story - so rather than pure video there is a revolving slideshow of pics along with the person describing the meaning of their object. Beautiful and personal. Explanation of how it worked (and where I found it) here at artmuseumteaching.com
Breathing Earth beautifully visualises population growth and CO2 output over time. Nice use of sound subtly accentuates the “breathing” of our planet, creating calming to offset your freaking out at the facts staring you in the face! Rollover countries for more info. It’s flash and it’s a few years old but it’s solid and worthy of a looksee.