Among all kind of designers visualizing information/data is always a vital topic of conversation.
A domain mainly evolving through trial – error but with a lot of potential to place events into context.
Enjoy bellow “journalism in the age of data”
(I know is a bit long but is a must.see for those interested in this domain)
Journalists are coping with the rising information flood by borrowing data visualization techniques from computer scientists, researchers and artists. Some newsrooms are already beginning to retool their staffs and systems to prepare for a future in which data becomes a medium. But how do we communicate with data, how can traditional narratives be fused with sophisticated, interactive information displays?
Watch the full version with annotations and links at datajournalism.stanford.edu.
Produced during a 2009-2010 John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University.
& a couple of links to interactive visualizations
1) Turning a Corner ? ☞ Link
2) How different groups spend their day ? ☞ Link