AAA recently released a study about the cost of owning a car. We take a look at their findings using fun, moving graphics.
According to a recent study by the National Retail Federation, Valentine’s Day is a $18.6 billion industry. Here’s Valentine’s Day by the numbers… and GIFs.
Last week, we hosted Andy Kirk of Visualizing Data for a workshop at our Los Angeles HQ. The topic? Creating narratives out of numbers. As JESS3 designer Robyn Baker commented, “Andy’s class allowed me to walk in a strategist’s shoes for a day.”
This week we discovered that Fantine from Les Miz coughs more than any other character, Raiders of the Lost Ark looks a little like a Family Circus cartoon, and that Canada’s leaders are the most educated in the world.
Welcome to our new, weekly roundup of all things data related! Each week we’ll be posting essential articles, news, recaps of goings on and plenty of inspiration from the world of information design. Enjoy!
Running up to their big Storytelling Lab Day this October, Ogilvy London asked some of its key partners to come in and talk about the many different aspects of storytelling week-by-week in the form of a Lab Lunch. This past week JESS3’s information design director, Tiffany, presented to the Ogilvy team all about visual storytelling with data.
Last year, the Supreme Court determined that kids couldn’t be sentenced to life without parole for crimes other than murder.
Acting as a sponsor, panelist contributor, blogger lounge leader, social content curator and charging station provider, Samsung is fast proving it is a friend and staple of SXSWi 2011. But perhaps its biggest and most visible contribution yet is its the 12-screen media wall, displaying real time geosocial check-ins, popular panels, trending topics and photos.