Readers: Recently I participated in the MOOC, Data Exploration and Storytelling: Finding Stories in Data with Exploratory Analysis and Visualization which was taught by Alberto Cairo and Heather Krause. This course was a MOOC-style course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at The University of Texas – Austin. I have previously attend two […]

Source: Visual Loop, Portfolio of the Week – Miguel Ángel Fernandez, January 19, 2014, Readers: I am starting this year by showcasing the amazing infographic work of Miguel Ángel Fernández, infographic designer at the Spanish daily newspaper Diario AS. This illustrator and graphic designer from Madrid studied at “Escuela Superior de Dibujo Profesional” of […]

I saw this on Visual Loop’s blog and it was too good to pass up. I love vintage data visualization and the stories they tell. Enjoy! Best Regards, Michael Vintage Infodesign  The first picks of today’s round-up come from a long post written back in February, 2012, by blogger Rosa Rubicondior, called The History of Disbelief. Rosa, […]