Link: The death of interactive infographics?

“Gregor Aisch, who works at the New York Times, gave a talk about the publication’s graphics and their impact. And the scary resumé of the talk was: Barely anyone interacts with the New York Times’ graphics. The New York Times makes arguably some of the best interactives in the field, which made Gregor’s talk even more depressing. His number of only 10–15% of people clicking on buttons — even essential ones — tells you that interactives are a waste of time and money.”

Fonte: The death of interactive infographics? – Startup Grind – Medium

Eleições americanas em 10 visualizações

Roots of Revolt
When was America great? It depends on who you are
Where the presidential race stands today
Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees
Swing states: how changes in the political landscape benefit Trump
What Republicans and Democrats have disagreed on, from 1856 to today
The 1,024 Ways Clinton or Trump Can Win the Election
Trump Nation
Map out the ways Clinton or Trump could win
Hip-Hop is turning on Donald Trump
+1: These 127 counties could point to the election winner tonight

Promovendo Insight: como incorporar interatividade em visualizações de dados existentes

Promoting Insight: A Case Study of How to Incorporate Interaction in Existing Data Visualizations

Já está disponível online o artigo que apresentei no 20th International Conference Information Visualisation em que analiso algumas visualizações de dados de jornais portugueses: Promoting Insight: A Case Study of How to Incorporate Interaction in Existing Data Visualizations.