Hi! My name is Lisa.
I create Data Vis, currently as an OpenNews Fellow at the NPR Visuals Team.
I taught courses about Data Vis at several universities and gave talks eg. at Information+ and State of the Map US.
People who like Data Vis are great, so I organized the Data Vis Berlin Meetup until I left the city.
Here I publish experiments, smaller Data Vis projects and thoughts about teaching, the Data Vis community, tools etc.:
Visualisations for the weekly SPIEGEL column "Früher war alles schlechter".
Interactive visualization of the development of unemployment rates in German counties.
→ Click here for the interactive version (in German, not responsive).
Visual analysis of my Google Search History between 2010 and 2016.
→ Click here for the PDF.
→ Click here for the more in-depth analysis on my blog.
Spread of my internship documentation that compares the travel time from the Bloomberg headquarters to different places in New York.
Mining Blue Gold: Infographic for the magazine Technologist under the Art Direction of Nicolas Bourquin, onlab.
→ Click here for the zoomable version.
Data visualization for my Master's Thesis, about online games and the missing correlation between success and subscription fees
Data visualization for my Master's Thesis, about how many people search for "Ebony" or "Black" on Pornhub in US states, and how this depends on the percentage of black population in these states
Data visualization for my Master's Thesis, about Google's mergers and acquisitions
Data visualization for my Master's Thesis, again about Google's mergers and acquisitions – this time with different focus
Information graphic for my Master's Thesis, about a conflict in the online game "EVE Online" and its financial loss
Information design and data visualizations for the documentation of my Master's Thesis
Information design for the 32nd American Illustration Book
Spreadsheet that compares the CEO Compensation with the Worker Pay of 100 companies.
Published in Bloomberg Businessweek, May 2013.
Spreads of the second issue of the magazine Dotview, that brings web articles into print. Project at the Brookes University in Oxford
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Decision tree for the magazine The Intern.