A collection of data viz designer Duncan Geere's favorite projects that he's made and visualizations that inspire him!
Nowadays, It seems like everyone has a smartphone. That said, not everyone is buying the new, updated phone every year. Now that smartphones are lasting longer and getting more expensive over time, it appears that global sales for the phones are on the decline.
In an attempt to rid the Kurds from the area, Turkish forces began attacking Kurdish communities soon after President Trump withdrew U.S. forces from the Syria-Turkey border last week. Since then, 130,000 Kurds have been displaced and hundreds are dead according to Rolling Stone.
One of the most powerful examples of data visualization was made 118 years ago by an all-black team led by W.E.B. Du Bois only 37 years after the end of slavery in the United States. “The Exhibit of American Negroes” was a sociological display at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris and was a collaboration by noted African-American sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois, educator and social leader Booker T Washington, prominent black lawyer Thomas J. Calloway and students from historically black college Atlanta University. While Du Bois’ legacy is cemented in American history, his data visualizations remain relatively unknown.