Data Design Principles: Photography

In design, it is always good to be visual. “Our brain processes images 60,000 times faster than reading text.”  – Mike Parkinson Photography is indeed a universal language accepted and

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Data Design Principles: Repetition, Alignment, Symmetry

We have come to the end of our Data Design Principles series. In this final post, let’s ask the most basic question – what exactly is data viz? (ha, rhyme

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(Compared to pixels)  Here is why. When creating illustrations for campaigns, there are several points to be considered in terms of what format to use. Vectors and pixels are the

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Introducing to you…Tableau 2018.1  If you haven’t figured it out, we are OBSESSED with data visualisation, dashboarding, and data discovery. One of our favourite BI tools, Tableau, recently launched Tableau

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The best way to learn is to make mistakes. That still rings true in terms of designing data visualisation. Even the most experienced data viz designers make the most mundane

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Interface Design Case Study

CRM Dashboard & User Interface Design Case Study

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Interactive Map Project – A Case Study

An interactive mapping project for the University of Melbourne’s Business School. The map shows former student, faculty/alumni, programs and partnerships that potential student could engage with around the world.

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Case-study: Department of Education and Training

Interactive Child Care Subsidy Estimator When: June-August – Initial 2-week development-to-delivery phase, then updates and revisions.

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Case Study: Rewilding Australia Project Map

The interactive map is designed with d3 and Google Maps Showcases the current projects the organisation is working on Allows public to visualise, and interact with, their projects Pulls data

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Our Opinion On Pie Charts  …Or The Case For And Against The Pie Chart. If there’s a list of controversial charts types in this world, then assume the pie chart

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