We are visual guides.
We guide mission-driven organizations in making information visual, persuasive and shareable. Starting with an in-depth discovery process, we build websites and interactive applications, and produce data visualization and information graphics, motion graphic videos and data analysis. Our team specializes in open source solutions including Drupal, WordPress, and Angular.
OUR CLIENTS (PARTIAL LIST)
Achieving the Dream
Center for American Progress
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Glover Park Group
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Union of Concerned Scientists
World Bank Group
World Resources Institute
Jeffrey has worked for more than three decades as an art director and graphic designer. In addition to his role as Creative Director at Graphicacy, he has served as the Deputy Director of Art at National Geographic Magazine (Washington, DC) and Design Director at Cole & Weber, an Ogilvy & Mather affiliate advertising agency (Seattle, WA.) His work experience includes visual journalism, information graphics design and interactive data visualization, art direction of traditional illustration as well as 2D, and fully rigged 3D model, animation, and a full spectrum of print design projects. Clients previous to Jeffrey’s tenure at Graphicacy include National Geographic, Nikkei National Geographic (Japan), Scientific American, Society for Science & the Public, Intellectual Ventures, The Pew Charitable Trusts, World Resources Institute, Boeing, Weyerhaeuser, Apple and Westin Hotels. Teaching assignments have included design courses at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts and a visual journalism class for students participating in a summer program at Johns Hopkins University. Specific areas of interest include the intersection of art and science, and intercultural communication.
As Technical Director at Graphicacy, Kevin leads development strategy and operations as well as developing custom interactive experiences in partnership with our clients. Kevin came to Graphicacy from the Journey Lab, a collaborative of web specialists he founded in 2014 working to advance the missions of social good organizations online. He has eight years of experience working with a variety of digital agencies, non-profit organizations, and political campaigns. Kevin specializes in combining capable, powerful data systems with unique user interfaces to tell stories, change minds and move people. Kevin received his B.A. from Pitzer College in 2006.
Josh has more than a decade of non-profit and for-profit management, operations and democratic campaign experience. Most recently he was the founding Chief Operations Officer of True Blue Media and its digital platform Shareblue. During this time, he also served as the company’s Director of Outreach, building partnerships with the leading progressive organizations, Democratic campaigns and congressional offices. Before joining the team at True Blue Media, he served as the executive director and COO of the PeaceWorks Foundation and OneVoice, leading a team across four countries to implement data-driven organizing, digital campaigning and economic development to Israel and Palestine, in support of a two-state solution. Prior to OneVoice he held the position of Director of Operations for Securing America’s Future Energy and the Electrification Coalition. His political campaign experience includes national advance and overseeing visual communications for Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Joe Lieberman.
Jasmine is a data designer, researcher, and developer whose interests lie at the intersection of power, big data, and visualization. She has worked in civic technology for several years, including as a social activist game developer at DoSomething.org, and a UX/UI designer for DevProgress, an open source initiative of the Democratic National Committee. She currently creates maps, visualizations, and data journalism at South Side Weekly, a nonprofit newsmagazine in Chicago. She will graduate with an A.B. in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago in December 2017. In her spare time, she advocates for marginalized populations in the technology community and teaches herself machine learning.