Understanding how the largest technology companies collect, use, and share user information across the internet. We’ve transformed the terms of service and data policies of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google into a database powering an interactive visualization.
An interactive mapping, data visualization, and spatial analysis project that examines the Colombian conflict and tries to understand its patterns and ramifications.
A statistical and mapping analysis of the environmental cost associated with the spatial regulation of taxicabs in New York City.
An interactive map showing all upcoming (2017 - 2019) political elections around the world.
A dynamic topographical installation that visualizes the leading causes of death in New York City between 2007 and 2013.
Using the abstract and citations of a peer-reviewed paper, Science Surveyor provides journalists context about that paper in several easy-to-read visualizations.
An interactive data visualization and mapping analysis of 6 years of oil shipment routes to and from U.S. ports.
Based on a survey of GSAPP's alumni, this interactive visualization provides insights into the school's professions and helps record the different paths its graduates have taken.
Built for 'Play to Ride', this animation visualizes all the bike rides taken during the Barcelona Cycle Challenge - 2014, and illuminates the city's great biking activity.
A short animation that visualizes public activity around Science City. Based on wifi access data, it charts the increasing number of people moving and working in downtown Vegas.
Originally produced for a data visualization competition this updated version of our submission maps bike share activity around San Francisco.
A visual exploration of New York City's Citibike usage patterns, specially centered on its rebalancing issues.