A curation of information design and dataviz that aids in the public understanding of COVID-19

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Credit (top-left to bot-right): Reuters, Periscopic, Reuters, Financial Times, New York Times, Pentagram

This post is the second in a series dedicated to my favorite information design and data visualization focused on a particular topic, in this case, COVID-19. As in my other posts, “favorites” tend to be examples that demonstrate thoughtful data analysis, engaging visualization methods, a cohesive narrative, and a seamless user experience.

My first book Information Design for the Common Good (Bloomsbury), is officially into design and production mode, and I’m thrilled to have time to devote to blogs and articles finally. Today’s post is the second in a series dedicated to favorite information design and data visualization. All posts will focus on a particular topic, in this case, COVID-19. The global coronavirus pandemic has inspired numerous efforts to understand every angle of its prevalence, with that angle shifting over time as we begin to understand parts of the virus. …


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Credit (top-left to bot-right): The New York Times, Moritz Stefaner and Alberto Cairo, The Economist, Shirley Wu, Poynter, FiveThirtyEight

Curated civic engagement communication from the US 2020 election season

This post is the first in a series dedicated to my favorite information design and data visualization focused on a particular topic, today being the 2020 election. As in my other posts, “favorites” tend to be examples that demonstrate thoughtful data analysis, engaging visualization methods, a cohesive narrative, and a seamless user experience.

The 2020 election season has presented a variety of data visualization opportunities to help inform American citizens. COVID-19 has complicated multiple facets of the election, including voters seeking alternatives to in-person voting (including understanding rules that vary from state to state) and battling disinformation, among other topics. 2020 is also a national census year, emphasizing the United States’ evolving demographics that shift the electorate. …


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Credit (top-left to bot-right): Reuters, Information is Beautiful, Reuters, Financial Times, New York Times, Pentagram

My first book Information Design for the Common Good (Bloomsbury), is officially into design and production mode. I’m thrilled to have time to devote to blogs and articles finally. Today’s post is the first in a series dedicated to favorite information design and data visualization. All posts will focus on a particular topic, in this case, COVID-19. The global coronavirus pandemic has inspired numerous efforts to understand every angle of its prevalence, with that angle shifting over time as we begin to understand parts of the virus. …

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Courtney Marchese

Designer of information and experiences, design educator, and author

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