I work as an independent data scientist, visualization designer and developer to help people, organisations and businesses build bespoke, intuitive and engaging data displays and stories. I like to design insights to fit the human eye rather than the spreadsheet grid.
I analyse and model data to then design and develop interactive visualizations. I've spent some time in the data pond, and truly like it in here, making things people can relate to and engage with. I also write about visualizations and how to make them here, on freeCodeCamp and in book-form..
A visual story about film success and failure
An interactive data journey through all Winter Olympics
Force directed interactions for the German cinema-scape
Bottles in space
Working with wine data
Making regularly tessellated hexbin maps
Flight paths in SVG or Canvas?
many of them...
Tree of charts
A visual search engine for charts helping people to analyse and visualise their data
Worldbank data interface
The worldbank data interface visualises a significant chunk of the rather deep worldbank data corpus. The visuals focus on a comparison between country-sets of different development levels.
Scatterplots in the wild are often friendly to bar charts by their side
Potential Customer Analysis
How to apply a supervised learning algorithm to find new customers
A graph picking interface somewhere in between exploring and explaining
A game for 4-400 year olds.
The world in shreds
Game Stat Board
A simple game stats board with lollipops