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Data Visualization Meets Visual Storytelling

I explore my journey of discovering Visual Storytelling and Data visualization. I look at how social media has provided building blocks to create new and exciting experience.

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Data Visualization Meets Visual Storytelling

  1. Hi!
  2. the relationships between data visualization andvisual storytelling in the age of social
  3. TheLandscape
  4. yesterday today tomorrow
  5. 15,000websites ending in .com in 1992
  6. 90,000,000+websites ending in .com today
  7. a gift and a curse
  8. TheChallenge
  9. GE E RA L EV ORGANIZE UNDERSTAND OPTIMIZE URECAPTThe growth of the internetencourages data visualization
  10. todaytomorrow traffic on the cyber highway
  11. “we want it to go viral” - Client X
  12. you vs the world
  13. TheOpportunity
  14. Twitter is not just a journaling of events; Twitter is theatre.
  15. The real-time stream of socialmedia lends itself to thedevelopment of characters
  16. TheProcess
  17. Growth has provided building blocks forcreating new and exciting experiences
  18. cut from source
  19. pre cut wood
  20. Home Depot
  21. <140 character tweet (time of tweet)tweet = creator of tweet (name, twitter handle) users that have retweeted (name, twitter handle, time of retweet)
  22. User who submitted photo and whenphoto = Multiple Sizes (sometimes limited to thumbnail)
  23. url #X of diggsdigg = who submitted the link, first and subsequent tags # of comments
  24. Social Media APIs are like TOFU
  25. my recipes
  26. Postslast 5 days article: represented by one dot => size represents popularity comments: represented by cycle around article => size represents amount categories / topics: color coded
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  28. publish content
  29. TheHistoricalPlaybook
  30. numbers havealways been a bigpart of storytelling
  31. the media, military,finance and individual expression have always been on the front lines of information design
  32. 126th ObservationSquadron, Wisconsin “the Badger state”
  33. using a map as an interface
  34. How WeBring it toLife
  35. live feed for events, installations etc

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