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Data Visualization As an Act of Witnessing

The Undocumented Migration Project pop-up installation, “Hostile Terrain,” visualizes the humanitarian crisis on the United States’ southern border

Photo courtesy of the Undocumented Migration Project and Jason De Leon. Prototype from Franklin & Marshall exhibition (January 2019).

In late 2016, I read an article by Michael Brennan, principal of Detroit-based, nonprofit design firm Civilla, in the Harvard Business Review. I…

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Mary Aviles

Mary Aviles

I am a multi-sector human experience strategist, qualitative UX researcher, and sense maker. I am also the managing editor of Nightingale.

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