I work as an independent data scientist, visualisation designer and developer to help people, organisations and businesses build bespoke data displays and stories. I think, designing insights to fit the human eye rather than the spreadsheet grid makes a lot of sense.
I analyse and model data to then design and develop interactive visualisations, 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 d3-plugin for regular hexagon tessellation
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