By Maywa Montenegro, Jun 9
Unless two maps are displayed side by side, our brains can't easily compare them. That idea, from inimitable mind of Edward Tufte, inspired one curious designer to push the limits of multiplicity. In Visualization Matrix, Lauren Manning depicts a single set of data – two years of food intake – in 40 different, and illuminating views.
 
By Maywa Montenegro, Jun 6
Enter the UN Global Pulse Challenge and visualize how people across the planet – in their own words – cope with economic crisis.
 
By Maywa Montenegro, Jun 2

Congratulations to the winners of the Eyeo + Visualizing 2010 Census Challenge — Jan Willem Tulp!

 
By Maywa Montenegro, May 26

The UNDP Human Development Report Office joins Visualizing.org as a new Knowledge Partner. Through this partnership, the HDRO will release its 2011 Human Development Index, providing the Visualizing community an unprecedented opportunity to visualize human progress.

 
By Maywa Montenegro, May 23

The mind behind xDxD.vs.xDxD sat down with us to discuss musical visualization, augmented realities, and why we're at the point of abandoning statistics for anthropology.

 
By TRUTHstudio, May 21

Wouldn’t it be great if we could see the whole US economy – and its environmental and human health impacts – all at once? Enter Economy Map, a visual exploration of where and how we create demand, across all 480 sectors of a complex, interlinked economy.

 
By Maywa Montenegro, May 11

For all its well-deserved prominence, the Human Development Index, a composite of other indexes, has never been an easy number to grasp. Putting form to function, the MIT Media Lab offers a visual solution, where clarity meets nuance in the familiar guise of a tree.

 
By Maywa Montenegro, May 10

The information aesthete sat down with us to discuss "Gödel, Escher, Bach," getting physical with data viz, and the excitement of doing design "the wrong way."