1: Data Art
DataArt is a project where the lines between information data and art are blurred to create stunning creations that tell a story.
Information aesthetics was formed in 2004 and serves to bring creative design and information together, collecting data projects that are both intriguing and informative.
3: Flowing Data
Flowing data is a website that accumulates all different types of data visualisation, from musical data to medical data. This website is interesting as it brings together all sorts of interesting graphs that allows the user to explore.
Setosa is a website that features interactive, game-like data visualisation collections that tell stories through the user interacting with them.
This is a website that caught my attention due to its minimalist yet bold data visualisations. The imagery and information focus on geographic linguistics.
This website houses an interactive map that shows the planes that flew across america before thanksgiving. The user of the website can interact with the map by changing the time and see the changes live.
This visualisation looks like a traditional graph in aesthetics but showcases the lives of people in a linear form with great colour coding.
The ‘good’ website houses a collection of very different visualisations, topics ranging from gay rights to state laws.