This interactive dashboard encourages users to focus on one area – a country, region, or income level – and see how it compares to its counterparts across a wide range of metrics. It provides multiple ways to interact and explore – the user can search for a country of interest, use the shuffle button to randomly select a focus, or change the selection via tooltips. For best experience, view on a large screen. Recognition: Winner of the World Data Viz Prize
As two frequent ice cream consumers in different countries, with different preferences, we were curious to know more about our favorite ice cream brand, Ben & Jerry’s. We wanted to know how our options in the U.S. and U.K. differed and what we were missing out on by only buying our favorite flavors. To answer these questions we collected the necessary data, including consuming 35 pints of ice cream ourselves. This light hearted visualization will have you screaming for ice cream! Recognition: The Pudding Cup
Vox and Polygraph created the story and design. They engaged Hesham Eissa and me as collaborators to consult on the story as well as develop it from start to finish. From the piece: “[we] traced a route through Kharkiv, parts of which were heavily bombarded. It was an effort to document the before and after, not just of the physical space, but of how war has — and hasn’t — transformed these places and the people tied to them”
On the New Heights Podcast, Jason Kelce said “We just had our first double-digit comeback win in the 4th quarter in my entire career” to which his brother, Travis Kelce, said “Shut up that is not a real stat”. This visualization analyzes all of the fourth quarter comebacks throughout both of their careers and determines if it is a real stat. Recognition: Jason Kelce said “This is well done Lindsey, and I must say, much more thorough research to reveal the actual numbers. Very nice!”
Dive into the history of the Big Five Oscar awards – Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, & Best Actress – and see the most frequent combinations.
It has become a challenge to keep track of the rapidly evolving international response to COVID-19, especially when it comes to travel restrictions and the daily changing regulations. This interactive app is designed to make it easier to visualize who is in lockdown, who has closed borders, which countries have outbound travel bans, recent travel related news, and more!
Running shoes are available in almost every color and shade, from light blue to neon yellow to dark red (and everything in between). However, this doesn’t necessarily mean every color is available to both women and men. But how different are they? To find out, we analyzed the running shoes available on RunRepeat in the US.
If I were to give an acceptance speech, à la Tony’s, for winning the second Iron Viz feeder of 2019, it would go something like this: I was not expecting to win, the creativity and quality of the other entries was astounding. IronViz showcases the best work the data visualization community has to offer and […]
In a previous post, I wrote about how to create a custom dropdown using parameter actions and show/hide container buttons, as seen in my IronViz. However, I got to thinking, the list of values that appears is LONG. Having them sorted greatest to least by number of locations certainly helps, but what if there is […]