Three Questions with… Guillermina Sutter Schneider
Nightingale meets the dataviz community! Today, we're hearing from data scientist and information designer Guillermina Sutter Schneider.
The Data Visualization Society Turns Four Today. Here’s Our Birthday Wish
Happy birthday, DVS! Here's a look at all the things we are celebrating and what we have in store as we continue to grow and thrive
Three Questions with… Will Careri
Nightingale is expanding its team of and regular writers and contributors! Today, we're introducing our newest team member, columnist Will Careri
REVIEW: Visit a Local Museum for Dataviz Inspiration
In early September, I had a super fun time at a Meetup with the Denver Data Storytellers at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science! The..
Three Questions With… Emily Barone
The Nightingale team is thrilled to introduce our new managing editor, Emily Barone! We’re excited for the new energy, ideas, and experience she is already..
Early Career Corner: Meet Ana Cuza
Welcome to this installment of Early Career Corner, a space to learn from each other’s dataviz journeys and amplify the work of early career practitioners.The..
REVIEW: Questions in Dataviz by Neil Richards
I was excited to read and review Questions in Dataviz by Neil Richards, because I love the idea of data visualization design driven by questions...
Nightingale Editors & Jeremy Singer-Vine
Data Is Plural Visualization Challenge: Bob Ross
This article originally appeared in Issue 2 of Nightingale Magazine.In Nightingale Magazine Issue 1, we launched the Data Is Plural visualization challenge with Jeremy Singer-Vine, creator of the Data Is..
Dear Nightingale: Create Your Physical Inspiration Train!
This article originally appeared in Issue 2 of Nightingale Magazine.In Nightingale Magazine Issue 1, we launched the Dear Nightingale analogue data creation challenge with Giorgia Lupi..
From Chocolates to Bar Graphs
“Abbu, I’ll make a graph of all the chocolates you eat while I’m asleep and will send it to your team,” my daughter Pariza complained,..
Dataviz Horror Story: Jacque Schrag
We’ve all made embarrassing dataviz mistakes, whether we’re beginners or superstars. This series of Horror Stories aims to normalize “failure” as part of professional development...
Marília Ferreira da Cunha
Information Is Beautiful Awards – Impactful Community Leader and Nominees
For the first time in Information is Beautiful Awards, the Impactful Community Leader Award was recognized. This award is for an individual who has made..
Data Is Plural Submissions: London Stage Database
The inaugural Data Is Plural visualization challenge prompted readers to explore the London Stage Database, which describes 100,000+ performances in London from 1660 to 1880...
SPOTLIGHT: Tipping Points
Sometimes inspiration can come from a really bad thing. This was a personal project I made after the “Me Too” deluge in late 2017, when..
Dear Nightingale Submissions: Paper and NO Pencil
The inaugural Dear Nightingale analogue data visualization challenge prompted readers to create a handmade data object to visualise a personal dataset, using a piece of blank paper..
Building Science Graphics: Behind the Scenes with author Jen Christiansen
Jen Christiansen is senior graphics editor at Scientific American and has written the book Building Science Graphics: An Illustrated Guide to Communicating Science with Diagrams..
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