Monthly Archives: March 2012

Surging Seas
Posted by on March 26, 2012
Posted in: data visualization, environment

If you are among the 50% of Americans [Gallup, 2011] who worry about global warming, it can be hard to know exactly what to worry about. Polar Bears gone extinct? Famine in Africa? Shortened Summer ski season on Mt. Hood? For most of us that aren’t directly affected by these issues, global warming remains kind […]

The “Death of Architecture”
Posted by on March 8, 2012
Posted in: architecture, creative community

I came across an article on Good Magazine’s website that caught my eye: Why ‘The Death of Architecture’ May Not Be Such a Bad Thing. As someone who graduated with an architecture degree in 2008–perhaps the worst time ever to get an architecture degree–I was eager to hear about how “the emerging field of public […]

Data Driven Documents
Posted by on March 1, 2012
Posted in: creative community, data visualization, graphic design

Now is a great time for the visualization of data. There are the stunning infographics in Good magazine, the always compelling interactive features in the New York Times, and – of course – there’s ET. Encouraged by our ever shortening attention spans and craving for information as quickly as possible, the visualization of data is […]