This post is about vaccination data and dashboards:
- about good visualizations and the pitfalls to avoid,
- about what to keep in mind when reading such data,
- and about the transparency we deserve from our governments.
We have seen too many #COVID19 charts in the last 9 months, but this one is perfect for #xmas2020 , taken from the #BioNTech vaccine study on 44k participants that led to the vaccine approval. The red line, this time, is a ray of hope.
Ho messo assieme sei tavole con dati “made in Germany”. Li ho rielaborati per renderli più chiari e parlanti. L´obiettivo: farvi capire perché noi, a nove giorni dal Natale, entriamo in un Lockdown duro; perché ci sentiamo “a cinque minuti dalla mezzanotte”; e perché questo senso di urgenza riguarda anche voi.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in one table and three charts. Why this is the beginning of a new world order.
Everybody is in love with data visualizations and often forgets the first format of visualisation: tables. If well-designed, they still work. Especially on digital.
The 2020 US live election tracker was the most viewed page of The Guardian ever. The result of a tremendous effort of journalists, designers and engineers.
No matter how your electoral system works, you can learn a lot from the USA 2020 vote data visualizations. Good DataViz can drive journalism.
10 things you can do to make your editorial newsletter a stellar experience.
Instructional designers spend more time with Mooc, videos, digital learning platforms and interactivity than with emails. Few of them have considered newsletters as instructional design objects. But they are. In this post, some examples that inspired me, and hopefully you too.
A "back to basics" three-part series on editorial newsletters. Why are they so popular? And how do they work? A short guide and some best practices.