Tag Archives: relationships

One week of the Guardian: Saturday

Well the end is pretty frikkin’ nigh. This is the final news day of the series as The Guardian doesn’t issue on Sunday.
Todays visual plots all of the headlines in the Guardian on a grid, colour categorised and ordered as to their position in the paper. Relationships are formed for authors who appear more than […]

One week of The Guardian: Thursday

This one’s been a long time coming let me tell you! It’s been sat on my computer finished for almost two weeks now, and I feel really good it’s finally published, like a weight’s been lifted.
This visual was pretty much focused on the relationships created between headlines, authors, pages, and categories. I wanted to see how […]

One week of The Guardian: Interactive visuals

Since I put together the One Week of The Guardian statistics, I’ve been playing alot with sketching up alot of static visuals. I’ve also been playing around with some interactive visuals using the ManyEyes visualisation software. I ended up with some really cool results.

Bubble chart by days, sized by total word count, coloured by categories. Shows […]

One day of The Guardian

Recently I’ve been working on some static visualisations of news, and decided to create a poster with all of the news printed in the Guardian newspaper for one day. I played about with a couple of versions, trying to create relationships between the stories and the authors.
The visual is based on serial relationships between elements, but […]

Refocused project aims and outcomes

After a presentation I gave last month as part of a first term review, I have decided to refocus the main project aims and outcomes. When I decided to take on this project my aims were to create and develop a broad range of experiments which encourage viewing the news in different, more visual ways. […]