So this is what’s happening in our Creative Data world next week. The Butterfly Effect project is reaching its colourful culmination at The Forum in Norwich, with an exhibition of 10 Norfolk Primary Schools’ creative work. At the beginning of this year bespoke educations packs and activities, that we designed, were delivered to each of [...]
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This is a long overdue post, so late in fact that the artwork in question has now ended, but it’s still absolutely worth commenting on. Over the last few months mysterious rings appeared encircling London’s columns. They were placed some way up the columns and at night they lit up, glowing neon blue. These blue [...]
Excellent words from Seth Godin this week on why “data is hard for human beings to digest.” He talks about, “the power of visualizing data and turning it into information.” We like his thinking, but we also know it needs to go further, so that people really can identify with and make use of that [...]
This is a lovely video from Protein OS interviewing Stefanie Posavec about her work creating infographics. We love her “hand made” approach to dealing with patterns in numbers. Read the feature on Stefanie here and watch the interview below. “Everything I have done so far has revolved around things that I love – books [...]
Here at Creative Data we’re excited by any and all work that sets out to communicate research and data in beautiful, entertaining and engaging ways. That’s what we’re all about. Although our aim is to work spatially with 3d installations, the majority of work in this area is going on graphically. David McCandless, author of [...]
You’ll notice that we haven’t got much for you to read right now, but watch this space…. We’ll have plenty to keep you entertained very soon, once we get our ‘look’ sorted! In the meantime here’s a picture of some kids taking part in The Butterfly Effect workshop in Norwich.