Dunne Frankowski | coffee data visualisation

Dunne Frankowski | coffee data visualisation

The visualisation uses collated data to show the journey of each coffee shipment made before reaching the coffee house. Based on a one year period, the speed of the lines represent the transit time from farmer, to roaster and from roaster to coffee house. Each coloured lines represents the variety of beans sourced and the seasonal relevance of each varietal.

A pattern in the data revealed that a large percentage of the coffee roasters were based in London, in close proximity to the coffee house. With this in mind I designed a polar projection of the globe to show the geographical proximity between the farmers, roasters and the coffee shop.

The data visualisation is currently shown at the Dunne Frankowski gallery space as a part of their anniversary exhibition.

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Posted Dec 14, 2012
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Tags coffee, data and design, data visualisation, data visualization, design, inforgraphic, information design, interface design, Supply chain, UI
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