This week we're shining the spotlight on Rachel Binx; a freelance data visualizer whose experience includes working for Stamen and producing projects for Pitch Interactive. Her current work is truly one of a kind; called Meshu, Binx works alongside Sha Hwang to help clients turn their travels into jewelry.
In our last Thought Leadership blog post, we talked about who exactly the data industry consists of, and what they do to share information with others. We also talked about our own objectives to help our clients reach their target audiences in the most efficient way possible.
Today we’re going to look at three guiding principles that companies need to consider when sharing data insights for the strongest message possible:
Here at iCharts, we’re all about data - be it big or small. Our goal is to help our customers market their data more efficiently to the people that matter. We love data, but what exactly does the data industry do as a whole?
Most of our users create charts out of data that they want to show off to the world. Schoharie Area Long Term (SALT) disaster recovery coalition is doing just that: bringing visibility to the incredible number of resources that they have provided to homes in the Schoharie Creek Basin following the devastating floods of 2011's Hurricane Irene.
Santiago Ortiz has lived around the world doing what he loves best - designing information visualizations - and building an impressive profile along the way. For starters, he has taught classes in arts, mathematics, technology, and design at universities in Portugal, Colombia, and Madrid. He collects and displays his research, digital works, and work with clients on his website moebio.
iCharts is proud to announce some exciting news for our role in providing easy-to-use tools to help people and businesses alike tell a story through data graphics. Design inspiration site Creative Bloq created a list of the Top 20 Best Data Visualization Tools available on the web, featuring us as the No. 1 online service.